News

Why it's time to re-design to help our children recover

With the Holyrood elections planned for May, we are supporting Children in Scotland’s call for cross party support for and investment in the Scottish Barnahus model.


Supporting families through a second lockdown

As we move into a second lockdown, Children 1st Director of Children and Family Services, Linda Jardine, reflects on what we have learned and how we are continuing to support children and families across Scotland.


Thoughtful young people get creative to support Scotland's children

Lucy Kernahan and her friends Nina and Sophie from Glasgow have set up their own business to raise money for Children 1st


Children 1st has been a lifeline for families in North Ayrshire

Children 1st has been a lifeline for families in North Ayrshire.


December news for corporate partners

The December update from the fundraising team about what's happening at Children 1st and how you can get involved.


Teresa's Story - Be a star for children and families

You can be a star for children and families across Scotland this Christmas


The Big Give Christmas Challenge – double your donations

We’re delighted to announce that you can make double the difference to children and families in desperate need across Scotland next week.


Game of Thrones star Rose Leslie backs the Banchory Bangle

Scottish actor Rose Leslie has pledged her support to the Banchory Bangle – an annual fundraising raffle in aid of Children 1st.


Barclays donates £100k to support children and families in Scotland

Children 1st has received £100,000 from the Barclays 100x100 UK COVID-19 Community Relief Programme.


Trustees Week – Caroline Gilchrist on why she loves volunteering with Children 1st.

To celebrate Trustee Week – an annual event to showcase the great work that trustees do by volunteering their time to support charities – we spoke to Children 1st Trustee Caroline Gilchrist.


November news for corporate partners

The November update from the fundraising team about what's happening at Children 1st and how you can get involved.


Children 1st Parentline – supporting families every step of the way

In this blog, Children 1st Parentline’s Ann Jarvis reassures parents that there are alternative ways to approach childrens’ behaviour when things get fraught.