Mental health week
Young people who have been sexually abused aren’t getting the mental health support they need. Here a volunteer campaigner explains why we need your help to change this.
The year ahead in Parliament
The annual Queen's Speech is on Wednesday 18 May and will present the Government's plan for the year ahead.
The Policing and Crime Bill: Report Stage
The Bill we are campaigning to make changes on is currently at Report stage... but what does that actually mean?
A message from concert pianist James Rhodes
Last year concert pianist James Rhodes published his book 'Instrumental: A Memoir of Madness, Medication and Music', which includes his own personal story of sexual exploitation. Here he shares why he is supporting our Seriously Awkward campaign.
The London Marathon and Me: 'quite overwhelming at the end'
Hannah from our London office took on the London Marathon - here's how she got on.
'We need to do better together for the most vulnerable in our society: children'
Reflections from our Family Business consultation event from participant Maxine Room, Principal and Chief Executive, Lewisham College.
Allestree Committee celebrates half a century of fundraising
At the end of Volunteers' Week we hear about a recent celebration for the Allestree Committee fundraising group who have been raising funds to support our work 50 years.
Meet the Pot of Gold winners recognised this year
At this year's Over the Rainbow event, groups of young people shared how they used funds to create projects in their community.
Bad traffic: Please support Anti-Slavery Day
Children are trafficked into and around the UK daily. Anti-Slavery Day draws awareness to these young people's plight, explains policy officer Natalie Williams.
Singing to support young people
Funds raised while carol singing this year help pay for our work with thousands of young people across the country
Seriously Awkward school holidays
Karen, a Project Worker at our SCARPA project in Newcastle, knows that without the structure of school, summer holidays can be a more dangerous time for vulnerable young people.