News archive for 2017

Supporting charity through change

Guest blogger Lisa Belletty, Health and Wellbeing Programmes Advisor at People’s Postcode Lottery, writes about the way Children 1st has adapted through the coronavirus crisis and how our combined values allow us to give hope to more children and families.


Coronavirus: changing the way we work?

This 'Wellbeing at Work' blog for our corporate supporters focusses on encouraging creativity and self-care.


Coronavirus: understanding it's impact on your team

This 'Wellbeing at Work' blog for our corporate supporters focuses on understanding the impact of coronavirus on your team.


A virtual Q&A with children 1st

Children 1st CEO, Mary Glasgow, introduces our Spring Appeal and invites you to submit questions for our first ever virtual Q&A.


Helping your team to build resilience during coronavirus

Our third 'Wellbeing at Work' blog for our corporate supporters focuses on building resilience.


Children 1st celebrates Volunteers' Week

This Volunteers’ Week we want to send a huge thank you to every Children 1st volunteer.


Using kindness to help colleagues during coronavirus

Our second 'Wellbeing at Work' blog for our corporate supporters focuses on the power of kindness.


The Kindness Wave

Founder of The Kindness Wave, Laura Beveridge, writes about their mission to deliver love and comfort to children and young people during difficult times.


Children 1st sends joint briefing to MSPs in advance of the debate on the Children (Scotland) Bill

Children 1st has sent a joint briefing to MSPs in advance of the Stage 1 debate on the Children (Scotland) Bill tomorrow.


Team of Ayrshire nurses take on running challenge for Children 1st

This Friday a team of four nurses working on the frontline of the coronavirus pandemic at University Hospital Crosshouse are running 10k to raise money for Scotland's children.


Coming together through the coronavirus crisis

Children 1st Head of Public Fundraising, Susan Bradley, writes about fundraising and supporting vulnerable families during the coronavirus crisis.


Children 1st welcomes Fiona Duncan's appointment to Chair of the Promise Oversight Board

The Scottish Government have announced that Fiona Duncan, Chair of The Care Review, has been appointed Chair of the Promise Oversight Board.