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Action for Children

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Action for Children supports and speaks out for the most vulnerable children and young people in the UK Action for Children is committed to helping the most vulnerable children and young people in the UK break through injustice, deprivation and inequality, so they can achieve their full potential. We have been working with the UK’s most vulnerable children since 1869 We were originally called the National Children’s Home, or NCH, until September 2008 when we changed our name to one that better describes what we do and what we value – Action for Children We believe all children and young people have unique potential and that they should have the support and opportunities they need to reach it. Action for Children helps nearly 170,000 children, young people and their families through nearly 450 projects across the UK. We also promote social justice by lobbying and campaigning for change Today, Action for Children is the leading UK provider of family and community centres, children's services in rural areas, services for disabled children and their families, and services for young people leaving care. We provide services in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, and we also support work in Southern Africa, the Caribbean and Central America

Venue Details

Address:
Action For Children, 3 The Boulevard
Ascot Road
Watford
Hertfordshire
Postcode:
WD18 8AG
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Contact Us
Telephone:
01923 361 500
Email:
ask.us@actionforchildren.org.uk
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Action for Children

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Notes:

Concerns about a child Action for Children cannot undertake investigations into specific cases of child abuse. If you have concerns about a child you should contact either social services or the police. We will forward any messages we receive that raise child protection issues to the police or social services.


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