Because together we can help more young people find the strength and self-belief that gets them through their challenges and on the path to a future filled with hope.
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£10 could go towards a well-being pack to be given to a child in need, containing books, home exercise equipment and access to vital mental health support.
£20 could go towards a one-to-one counselling session with one of our specialist project workers, so a young person gets the help they need.
£35 could go towards a workshop for young people run by one of our practitioners.
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Alternatively, you can make a monthly donation instead.
If you are a UK taxpayer, the value of your gift can be increased by 25% under the Gift Aid scheme at no extra cost to you.
This means every time you donate £25 it’s worth £31.25 to us.
Please note that we can only Gift Aid donations from individual donors - if you're paying in a donation from a collection/event or business please do not tick the box to Gift Aid this donation. If you pay less Income Tax and/or Capital Gains Tax than the amount of Gift Aid claimed on all of your donations in that tax year it is your responsibility to pay any difference.
You can donate using Visa, Mastercard and PayPal.
Note: If you are donating via PayPal, please select it from the 'Payment Type' list, provide your billing details then click the 'Donate' button.
The Children’s Society would like to contact you about how you can support children by campaigning, volunteering and providing financial support.
We may contact you by post and telephone. If you do not wish to hear from us, or have a preferred contact method, simply let our friendly Supporter Care team know by calling 0300 303 7000 or emailing [email protected]
Please confirm that you are donating £ [plus Gift Aid] to help keep hope alive for vulnerable young people