Children 1st thanks Dundee volunteers for 100 years of service

Volunteers who together put in more than 100 years of service at Children 1st's Dundee charity shop before its closure in May have been given a personal thank you from the charity’s chief executive Alison Todd.

Sophie and Aaron make prehistoric pals

The King’s and Theatre Royal Glasgow chose an interesting way to announce an exciting new partnership, with the help of some dinosaurs.

Statement on more support for kinship carers

Our response to the Scottish Government announcement of more support for kinship carers.

Chief Executive welcomes 'Named Person' decision

Chief Executive Alison Todd welcomes the judicial review result on the 'Named Person' challenge.

Novel experience for children's author Cathy

Ambassador Cathy MacPhail had the tables turned on her at the Edinburgh International Book Festival recently.

Statement on McLellan Commission Report

Statement in response to the report of the McLellan Commission which has completed an external review of current safeguarding policies, protocols and practices in the Catholic Church in Scotland.

Hamish gets Girvan family fun day in the party moo-d

Around 70 children and adults bounced, painted and climbed the morning away at the Children 1st Family Fun Day in Girvan..

Midge Ure to headline Touch of Tartan Ball

Legendary pop musician Midge Ure will headline the entertainment at the Touch of Tartan Ball at Aberdeen’s Beach Ballroom on Friday 20 November to raise money for CHILDREN 1ST .

Kinship Care service launched in Ayrshire

New service in Ayrshire to help children and families has been launched.

Cromarty's Jane joins CHILDREN 1<sup>ST</sup> fundraising team

New fundraiser appointed for CHILDREN 1ST in the Highlands.

TV star issues call for missing manpower

Scots actor Colin McCredie helps charity issue call for missing manpower at national helpline.

CHILDREN 1<sup>ST</sup> thanks volunteers for 30,000 hours

Who worked 16 years without pay for CHILDREN 1ST?