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South Wales teenager going the extra mile to answer NSPCC Cymru’s appeal for more Childline volunteers
Here at the Child of Wales Awards, we are constantly amazed at the wonderful spirit of compassion and selflessness that so many young people from across the country show towards others. It’s particularly great to hear the story of one teenager from South Wales who is determined to help one of our sponsored charities – […]
Urgent appeal for Childline volunteers as numbers plummet during COVID-19 crisis
One of our charities, NSPCC Cymru, is making an urgent appeal for Childline volunteers after active volunteer numbers fell dramatically during the COVID-19 crisis. Its Childline bases in Cardiff and Prestatyn are among 12 UK-wide that are continuing to provide support to children and young people when they need it most. The service has been […]
Child of Wales Awards makes substantial donation to its charities
The Child of Wales Awards, an event that celebrates the inspirational achievements of children across Wales, has thanked its sponsors for their continued support, which has allowed it to make a substantial donation to charity now, despite its annual event being delayed due to the coronavirus.
Principality Building Society helps charities and young people
We have been catching up with some of our sponsors lately and it was amazing to hear about some of the initiatives undertaken by the Principality Building Society of late – during and despite the COVID-19 pandemic.
Update on Child of Wales Awards
We would, once again, like to thank all of our sponsors, supporters and stakeholders for their continued support during these unprecedented times. It means a lot to us, the charities we are supporting and the children and young people whose lives we will celebrate. It gives us all hope and something to look forward to in the midst of uncertainty.
Our final weekly assembly & shine a light blog
Welcome to our final weekly assembly & shine a light blog. After many months of engaging with parents and children grappling with the challenges of lockdown and home schooling, as restrictions ease and schools start to reopen, we felt it was time to start a new chapter.