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Barnardo's partnership with JoJo Maman Bebe & Hubbub receives award

24 Jul 2015

Our joint campaign, From a Mother to Another, with JoJo Maman Bebe and environmental charity Hubbub UK has won a 2degrees champions award.

Protecting children in Oxfordshire from sexual exploitation

23 Jul 2015

The Oxfordshire Safeguarding Children Board has published a report into child sexual exploitation in the county.

2/3rd children in working families research shows - Barnardos responds

17 Jul 2015

Nearly two-thirds of children living in poverty have working parents, a new report shows.

Bring birth registrations into the 21st Century says Barnardo's report

14 Jul 2015

Children’s centres, registrars and local authorities should come together to make registering the birth of babies easier for parents, via local children’s centres. A new report we’ve published today recommends an expansion of this ‘win-win’ practice over the next five years.

In-toto Kitchens' Big Brunches raise 4,200

10 Jul 2015

In just one month In-toto Kitchens has raised 4,220 for Barnardo’s by hosting more than 25 Barnardo’s Big Brunches in its studios. The money will go towards supporting our work helping vulnerable children, young people and their families across the UK.

The Queen’s 90th birthday celebrations will unite charities

09 Jul 2015

Barnardo’s and hundreds of fellow charities will unite to celebrate HM The Queen’s 90th birthday with a weekend of celebrations next summer.

Adoption funding announcement

07 Jul 2015

The Chancellor of the Exchequer has said that the Government wants to speed up the adoption process, so that children find a family sooner. It plans to put aside 30 million to do this in the Budget on Wednesday 8 July 2015.

Majority of families will struggle if tax credit axe goes ahead

06 Jul 2015

Barnardo's and Child Poverty Action Group launch campaign to stop Government cuts to tax credits.

Benefits changes threaten young dads, charities warn

21 Jun 2015

Young, single dads could struggle to have their child stay overnight with them, if housing benefit changes proposed by the government go ahead. The warning comes from Barnardo’s with other charities, including Working With Men and Young Dads Council. Together, we are calling on the Government to urgently review benefits rules, so that all parents are exempted from plans to cut housing benefits for young people regardless of whether their children live with them full time or not.