Too many children living with domestic abuse says Children 1st

Children 1st has revealed that a quarter of children and families it supported last year were affected by domestic abuse.

School pupils donate toys to Children 1st

Kind-hearted pupils from one of Edinburgh’s biggest secondary schools have donated sack-loads of toys, games and other Christmas gifts for children receiving support from charity Children 1st.

Bus Santa spreading the smile in Edinburgh

Edinburgh Bus Santa Tony Beecher is spreading the smile and raising funds for Children 1st as he drives his Lothian Bus around the city.

Travel firm donates £50,000

Skyscanner find out first-hand how their £50,000 donation will help children and families across Scotland

Children 1st thrilled to benefit from First Ministers Christmas card

Children 1st is delighted to be one of four charities who will benefit from the First Minister's official Christmas card for 2015.

Good night Vienna as Touch of Tartan Ball Raises 140000 for Children 1st

Live Aid megastar Midge Ure wowed the crowd at this year’s Touch of Tartan Ball – which raised £140,000 for Children 1st.

Children 1st call for Holyrood manifesto pledges to childhood abuse survivors

Children 1st, Scotland’s National Children’s charity, is calling on Scotland’s political parties to include a guaranteed right to recovery support for every child who has experienced abuse or neglect in their manifestos for next year’s Holyrood elections.

Champion Dragons feast tonight on stovies and stories

Dundee firm Thornton’s Law met and enjoyed stovies with children, parents and carers who have benefited from their efforts at Children 1st's Dundee base.

Skyscanner puts Children 1st with child-friendly room in Glasgow

Staff from global travel search website Skyscanner have created a haven for children in Glasgow receiving support from Children 1st to recover from abuse, neglect or other traumatic experiences.

The raffle thats worth its weight in gold

Children 1st has launched a short film showing world renowned goldsmith Dr Malcolm Appleby MBE working on his beautiful ‘Otter and Waterlilies’ bangle.

Charities call for justice for child victims and witnesses at SNP conference

Children’s charities Children 1st and NSPCC Scotland will today tell delegates at their joint fringe event at the SNP conference that child witnesses and victims are getting a raw deal from Scotland’s criminal justice system.

Dragons Glen lands in Aberdeen and Inverness

What's happening in the Inverness and Aberdeen heats of Dragon's Glen, Scotland’s entrepreneurial challenge for businesses in support of Children 1st.