There are many more charities that provide advice and support for children. Advice Gateway has pulled together an alphabetical listing of a wide selection of those charities with quick links to their websites.

OTHER CHARITIES 

4Children works with a wide range of partners around the country to ensure children and families have access to the services and support they need in their communities.

Become aims to help children and young people who are in the care system or looked after by the local authority to manage their lives more constructively in the absence of family support.

Chailey Heritage Foundation provides education, care, residential accommodation and a transition service for children and young people with complex physical disabilities, communication, sensory and learning difficulties and health needs.

Children's Brain Tumor Research Foundation improve the treatment, quality of life and the long-term outlook for children and families affected by a brain or spinal cord tumor.

Children's Cancer and Leukaemia Group (CCLG) bring together all professionals working within childhood cancer to share expertise and knowledge to improve treatments and patient care. 

Contact a Family (Contact) is the only national charity that exists to support the families of disabled children whatever their condition or disability. 

Coram Voice provides advocacy services for children and young people in care, needing care or leaving care. Their contact details are Voice provides advocacy services for children and young people in care, needing care or leaving care.

The Children's Trust provide care, education, therapy and rehabilitation for children with multiple disabilities, complex health needs and acquired brain injury.

End Child Food Poverty is a campaign led by Marcus Rashford to end child poverty and expand the government's free school meal programme,

Family Rights Group can advise you if you are a parent, friend or relative and social workers are involved in your child’s life, or you need extra support from Children’s Services.

Happy Days Children's Charity works with local communities right across the UK to provide vital respite breaks for individuals, families and groups who support children with additional needs.

Honeypot Children's Charity provide support for young carers in the 5-12 age range by providing relief, protecting mental health and developing social confidence

Hope and Homes for Children is an international charity working to ensure that all children grow up in the love of a family. We are leading experts in closing orphanages and ensuring families are at the centre of children’s welfare.

Little Princess Trust provide free real hair wigs to children and young people, up to 24 years, who have lost their own hair through cancer treatment or other conditions.

Lumos is a charity which is working to transform the lives of disadvantaged children by facilitating the end of institutional care for good.

National Deaf Children's Society provide expert support on childhood deafness, raising awareness and campaigning for deaf children’s rights, so they have the same opportunities as everyone else.

SOS Children's Villages is a global authority on nurturing and supporting families  providing direct care for orphans and abandoned children, and work with local communities to keep fragmenting families together.

The Adolescent and Children’s Trust (TACT) campaign on behalf of children in care and on the edge of care by influencing politicians and the media to do everything possible to ensure that looked after children achieve their aspirations.

Teenage Cancer Trust provide cancer services for young people in the UK, providing life-changing care and support so young people don’t have to face cancer alone.

Young Epilepsy supports children and young people with epilepsy and other neurological conditions.

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