Together we have reached thousands of the world’s most vulnerable children and transformed their lives.


Thanks to ongoing support of people like you we have been able to keep expanding our work, adding new projects in new locations. We want to share some of those stories with you so you can see the impact your support is having.

In East Africa we’ve launched a fostering programme to place children from the streets into loving homes rather than institutions while we find a long-term solution.

Now we’ll be able to care for 180 children in this way with the 78 people who have signed up as foster parents.

Joyce and her husband are just one of the couples happy to help these children and they have already opened their hearts and their homes as you can read here.

Read Joyce's story >

In India we’ve started working with the families of the children we find in danger around the railways to make sure they the whole family is supported and there is less risk of children and their siblings running away again.

We have employed six specific family workers and are starting this work in Ghaziabad, Raipur and Dadar with about 150 children.

Satish and his family have been one of the first to benefit and already the 14-year-old’s life has been transformed.

Read Satish's story >

In the UK we’ve launched our third project, protecting children found at risk by British Transport Police on the rail network.

This means we can extend our safety net, which already covered London and the North West, to keep vulnerable young people across Yorkshire and Humberside safe too.

Maddie is one of the children we helped when she was attacked in the station and struggled to recover from the traumatic experience.

Read Maddie's story >

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