We’ve rebranded! Julia Mazorodze, our Head of Global Brand & Communications explains the what and the why of our new brand.
We are working to support children through our child protection experts in the crisis zone. We are not able to match refugees with families in the UK. If you are interested in doing this, here are some organisations who can help you.
A child protection emergency is looming in Ukraine. Here are our key recommendations to address it.
By donating to our work in Ukraine, Moldova and Romania, you’ll be protecting children and families both now and in the aftermath of this war. Here are 4 ways that your support will make a difference.
Journalist and war correspondent, James Ruddy, compares the current conflict in Ukraine with those he has witnessed before.
Kaloyan and Maria spent the first five months of their lives in an orphanage. Poor health meant their parents could not care for them without extra help.
Vasilica was only four months old and his sister, Ecaterina, was just one when they were sent to live in the orphanage. For two years, their mother battled to bring them home home again.
Ivan was taken from his dad, Stoyan, when he was just three years old. Because he has cerebral palsy and his dad is a single parent, the authorities had decided Ivan would be better off in an orphanage. That’s when our social worker, Elitsa, stepped in.
When Mihai lived in the orphanage, he had a roof over his head and food on his plate but he was always hungry for he thing he needed most: love.
The Mihăescus are a family with 5 children, ages 1 to 16. When we met them, in March 2021, they were at risk of losing their children