Can you help The Children’s Society with ‘on-the-ground’ intelligence?

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The Children’s Society is gathering information and evidence about what’s happening on the ground. They want to hear from churches, community organisations and services involved in providing emergency financial and other support during the Covid-19 crisis.Child refugees can find themselves vulnerable and isolated. Photo: The Children's Society.

The society aims to capture issues arising from the crisis that impact their work in terms of current demands and ongoing needs. This will be fed-back to Government decision-makers. Share the issues affecting you by filling in this short form. 

The Reverend Mike Todd, Church Engagement Manager, says: “We would like to reassure you that The Children’s Society is still working to support children and young people as well as their families at this particularly difficult and challenging time.”

“Our dedicated team of Relationship Managers are still safely working relating to parishes, clergy and our supporters and dedicated volunteers relating to all the dioceses of the Church of England. They at the end of a phone/email and would love to have a catch with any of our supporters. Our Supporter Care team can help answer your questions as well as put you in touch with one of our twelve Diocesan Relationship Managers for your diocese.”

Find out more here.

Email supportercare@childrenssociety.org.uk or call Call 0300 303 7000.