Children's charities find ways to thrive

Joe Lepper
Tuesday, February 26, 2019

Funding cuts and austerity mean charities can face an uphill struggle to survive. Joe Lepper speaks to three winners of the CYP Now Awards Children and Young People's Charity Award to see how they are faring.

Charities for children and young people are exploring ways of working more effectively and securing income at a time of continuing economic uncertainty. Picture: Leap Confronting Conflict
Charities for children and young people are exploring ways of working more effectively and securing income at a time of continuing economic uncertainty. Picture: Leap Confronting Conflict

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