Sponsors of the hugely successful Touch of Tartan Ball were given a personal ‘thank you’ from CHILDREN 1ST Chief Executive Alison Todd last week.
Scottish children’s charity CHILDREN 1ST celebrated Red Nose Day 2015 by having a bake sale and making a mascot to oversee proceedings.
Charity welcomes Scottish Court Service report on child witnesses
Events for kinship carers are set to take place in Dumfries and Inverness this month.
A renowned jeweller and engraver whose work has been described as ‘poetry in metal’ is once again appealing for donations of gold and silver to help make the famous Banchory Bangles.
The leading child welfare charity received a grant of more than £34,000 from last year’s sponsored Kiltwalks and hopes the help of the cheer-squad will encourage even more people to put their best foot forward for Scotland’s children this year.
CHILDREN 1ST has thanked players of the People’s Postcode Lottery after the charity received an additional surprise grant of £25,000.
Calls from a child health expert for the Scottish Government to change the law and outlaw physical punishment are being welcomed by campaigners.
Our statement following the conviction of nursery manager Mark Maclennan, found guilty of sexual offences against children.
Our statement welcoming the finding of a judicial review which found MSPs did not exceed their powers by including provision in Children and Young People (Scotland) Act for a ‘named person’ for every child.
CHILDREN 1ST is backing a Scottish Government campaign to make sure parents and carers of children eligible for more free childcare hours know about their entitlement.
Musical theatre students play their part and kick off a year of fundraising.