Our programmes and projects improve the life chances of disadvantaged children and grow the capacity and sustainability of children's charities in our network.
Decorate A Child’s Life uses volunteers to renovate and redecorate disadvantaged children’s bedrooms and local youth centres children rely on for support.
Digital Decorating provides essential bedroom furniture items to children and families living in low-grade accommodation in London.
Meals That Matter reduces food poverty in London by providing nutritious meals to disadvantaged children through partnerships with corporate volunteer groups.
The Childhood Trust has partnered with Chance UK to offer My Time, a child-focused mentoring programme for corporate volunteers looking to make long-lasting, positive impact on the lives of local children through one-to-one engagement.
The Bedrooms of London exhibition makes visible the often shocking and unseen reality of home life for the 800,000 children living below the poverty line in our capital.
The London Child Poverty Summit is a one-day event that provides opportunities for leaders in London’s third sector to collaborate and communicate key issues impacting children in poverty.
Projects funded by The Childhood Trust provide a range of vital support services to children and young people experiencing poverty, violence, food insecurity, and social isolation, as well as for children with additional or complex needs.