Support Childrens Charities

Banana Appeal

Banana Appeal is a UK based non-governmental non-profit organisation that works towards the transformation of Zulu communities in South Africa by caring for vulnerable children and orphans. The name Banana Appeal comes from the charities first simple but effective grass-roots project that involved supplying bananas and other fruit sourced from local suppliers and growers into schools in Zululand ? this not only helps nourish the children but also encourages them to attend school and receive an education. Go to charity »

Barnardo's

When Barnardo's say they believe in children, they mean they don't judge a child or their situation, and never give up on a child in their care. They provide opportunities and practical support aimed at turning these young lives around and creating more positive futures for them. Registered Charity Nos: 216250 and SC037605. Go to charity »

British Association for Adoption & Fostering

BAAF Adoption & Fostering is the UK?s leading charity promoting the highest standards of care for children separated from their birth families. We speak out on behalf of children in care and help over 400 children every year to find a permanent, loving home. Go to charity »

Caspari Foundation

Sometimes, through no fault of their own, children and young people can find their emotions get in the way of developing and learning. Caspari Foundation is an independent charity that helps children, young people and families to learn to cope with and overcome these barriers. Go to charity »

Children 1st

CHILDREN 1ST is one of Scotland?s leading child welfare charities. In our 45 local and 6 national services we support families under stress, protect children from harm and neglect, help them recover from abuse and promote children?s rights and interests. Registered Charity SC 016092 Go to charity »

Children in Crisis

Children in Crisis exists to improve the lives of children around the world affected by conflict, deprivation, poverty, or other hidden crisis. We believe that education is the key to development and work with local communities to increase the access to education for children in order for them to make positive contributions to the societies for the long term. Go to charity »

Frishta

Frishta are building a children's village for Indian street children who have nothing and no-one. Frishta helps them escape the grip of poverty over their lives, to become normal children again. Frishta: giving street children a home, an education, a hope and a future Go to charity »

Global Angels

Global Angels is an innovative international childrens charity promoting the causes of children around the world. They have an ambitious vision to inspire millions of people from all walks of life and spheres of influence to put their compassion into action and become Angels. Go to charity »

Honeypot Charity

Honeypot is dedicated to improving the quality of life for disadvantaged children aged between five and twelve through the provision of respite holidays in the New Forest, and a programme of ongoing support. Donating to Honeypot will help give over 750 children every year happy and lasting childhood memories. Go to charity »

Jeans for Genes

In the UK, one baby in every 33 is born with a genetic disorder or birth defect... that is one born every 30 minutes whose life could be affected. Pioneering research to develop such treatments is being funded through Jeans for Genes and is bringing great hope to families. Go to charity »

Plan International (UK)

Plan works with some of the world's poorest children. We sit down with them and their communities to plan practical solutions to their problems. Together we build schools and health clinics, drill wells, train health workers and help families support themselves. A gift to Plan will help change lives for good. Go to charity »

Richard House Children's Hospice

Richard House was London's first Children's Hospice when it opened its doors in 2002. Since then it has provided care for over 500 children who suffer from life-limiting or threatening conditions. We need to raise £1.8million each year in voluntary donations to continue supporting children and their families from the diverse communities in and around London. Go to charity »

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