Partnerships

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.


Helping your team to build resilience during coronavirus

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


Using kindness to help colleagues during coronavirus

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


Supporting your team to cope through coronavirus

The current situation is difficult for everyone, and so we have put together some ideas and suggestions for our corporate partners to share with your teams.


New Parentline partnership with Rangers Charity Foundation launched

Rangers Charity Foundation to support Children 1st Parentline so every family can get help at the touch of a button


Children 1st announced as official charity partner of UEFA’s Women’s Under 19 Championships

Children 1st has been announced as the official charity partner of UEFA’s Women’s Under 19 Championships which are being held in Scotland this month.


Finance and legal leaders call for team pitches for Scotland’s ‘most exciting entrepreneurial challenge’

Senior leaders from Deloitte LLP and Morton Fraser LLP have combined forces to call on corporate teams to pitch their brightest business ideas to them, as part of the Dragons’ Glen corporate challenge.


One time Mid Calder Colt makes 10,000 mile journey home to play at Hampden

Dedicated football fan Cameron Martin, originally from Mid Calder, is coming all the way home from Sydney, Australia, to play at a charity football game at Hampden Park on Friday 14 June. The 23 year old who has been playing...


Charities join Deloitte social impact initiative as new partners

Deloitte is continuing the success of One Million Futures, the firm’s social impact initiative, by adding three new partners in Scotland. Children 1st, a partner in the programme since 2016, have been joined by Aberdeen Foyer, Move On, and Social...


Scotland coaching legends return to Hampden to support charity fundraising match

Two Scottish coaching legends will go head-to-head on their return to the Hampden technical area to support two Scottish children’s charities in a fundraising match at Hampden Park on Friday, 14 June. Craig Brown, the last men’s national coach to...