This Trustee’s Week, we want to thank our Board of Management for their amazing commitment to Children 1st. A clue about the role of a trustee can be found in the name: trust. As a national organisation supporting thousands of...
Children 1st and Skyscanner beat some strong competition to win the Best Charity & Corporate Partnership award at the Charity Champions Awards on Thursday 6 October. The award recognised the achievements of the partnership which saw a wide range of...
Members of the End Child Poverty campaign have welcomed the First Minister’s announcement that the Scottish Government will bring forward legislation for a Child Poverty Bill for Scotland.
Glaswegian John McGurk and his team raised an incredible £46,600 for Children 1st after completing a 560-mile run between the Germany and Glasgow in just five days.
Children 1st comments on Liam Fee verdict.
To celebrate Volunteers’ Week this year, Children 1st asked some of Scotland’s children to design a special ‘Thank You’ postcard.
Scotland is asked to give a big ‘welcome home’ to an ex-pat as he completes a 560-mile run between Germany and Glasgow to raise money for Children 1st.
Teams from 17 leading Scottish organisations took on the heat of Dragons’ Glen, smashed the target and raised £150,703.14 for Children 1st, Scotland’s National Children’s Charity.
Charity welcomes proposals to ensure the rights of child witnesses are protected-but says even more can be done
Children 1st has welcomed proposals published today by the Scottish Courts and Tribunals Service to ensure child witnesses are treated fairly in the justice system.
Today a group of school children from Glasgow, Clackmannanshire and East Lothian gathered at Children’s 1st’s office in Edinburgh to present films they had made about family rules, discipline and punishment in the home.
Children 1st is delighted to announce that players of People’s Postcode Lottery have awarded it £600,000 for 2016.
Children 1st has thanked players of the People’s Postcode Lottery for enabling it to support children and families across Scotland through difficult times.