Donate to our latest Crowdfunder and help more children in East Lothian grow their skills and confidence, by taking part in Children 1st’s Impact Football initiative.
The annual Banchory Bangle fundraiser is back for the 44th year running, and this year Deesiders will again have a chance to enter the prize draw in person, to raise funds for the charity Children 1st.
Rangers Charity Foundation helps children and families to get support through Children 1st Parentline
Capital Scotland presenter, Katy Johnston is the next celebrity to join our Give the Love of Reading Campaign with Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library.
Watch River City’s ‘Big Bob’, Tom Urie read the next in our series of stories for children and families
Paisley Musician and Actor, Tom Urie is the next celebrity to join our Give the Love of Reading Campaign with Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library.
Mary Glasgow, Children 1st Chief Executive, explains why we've joined other organisations working alongside children & families to tell candidates in the Holyrood election that family support is a right
The April update from the fundraising team about what's happening at Children 1st and how you can get involved.
Children 1st Chief Executive Mary Glasgow responds to The Promise Plan 21-24 and reaffirms our commitment to #KeepthePromise.
Do you know a young child who loves a story? Then take five minutes to share this wonderful story of Mabel, a small fly who never gives up, read by avid book lover First Minister @NicolaSturgeon to launch a new partnership between Children 1st and Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library.
The March update from the fundraising team about what's happening at Children 1st and how you can get involved.
We’re delighted to announce that our Centre of Excellence to protect and support children who become victims or witnesses of crime is to open in East Renfrewshire later this year.
Scottish parents and carers believe their child’s emotional wellbeing should be at the top of the curriculum, according to Children 1st national survey.
Our national survey, conducted over social media, found that most parents and carers think that schools must make space for friendships, feelings and fun as they continue to re-open to more children.