How your support helps
£1 could buy a warm drink for a vulnerable child on the streets
£5 could buy a warm meal for a young person staying in a refuge
£10 could fund resources for 30 young people at a runaway prevention workshop
£25 could help keep one of our workers on the streets, seeking out children who may be at risk
£50 could pay for 1:1 support sessions to help a child work through their issues
Aviva and Railway Children are working together with Mumsnet to help support vulnerable children in the UK.
So, put your question to the experts about teenagers running away, and £2 will be donated to the cause by Aviva. **
Railway Children and Aviva
Railway Children and Aviva have been working together for a couple of years now as part of Aviva's Street to School programme, which champions the needs of street children around the world. Their goal is to support children under 16 who've run away from home, or are at risk of doing so – but also to support children after they've returned home or gone back into care. Find out more about Aviva's partnership with Railway Children here.
Through their partnership, they have reached more than 30,000 young people so far, both by education and prevention programmes and Aviva's investment in projects across the UK.
- How to spot the signs that a child might be thinking about running away
- Missing teenager help and advice
- Why do teenagers run away?
- Chat to other parents
- Find out more about Railway Children
- Go back to the main page
*Source: The Children's Society, Still Running III, 2011**For every question submitted, Aviva will donate £2 to Railway Children. You can post a maximum of three questions on the thread. £2 will also be donated for everyone who 'likes' and recommends the thread on Facebook (by clicking 'Recommend' at the top) and if you 'like' any of the articles on this hub. Aviva will donate up to £100,000 between now and the end of 2012 as part of the Mumsnet campaign.
Last updated: about 3 years ago