No child should face

life’s struggles alone.

At Spurgeons, we believe every child deserves the opportunity of living a happy and hope-filled life:  that no child should face abuse, neglect or uncertainty.

Find out how we make a difference to the lives of vulnerable and disadvantaged children and families every year and how you can get involved.

Spurgeons Children's Charity

With over 3.9 million children living in poverty in the UK today and around 400,000 classed by the child protection service as being in need, Spurgeons services are more needed than ever. In the last year, we have made a real difference to the lives of almost 3,000 children, young people and adults, and protected 1,200 from neglect harm and abuse. But we can’t do it on our own; we need your help to give young people and their families the opportunity for a hope-filled life.

Spurgeons is a Christian children’s charity. This means our values are core to who we are and in all that we do:

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Hopeful

We believe in the value and potential of every child.

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Inclusive

We recognise every person as a unique individual, deserving of respect.

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Compassionate

We won’t walk away, even when that means making tough choices.

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Spurgeons runs a number of support services and interventions to help improve the lives of vulnerable and disadvantaged children and families and give them a more hope-filled future.

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“Faith goes up the stairs that love has built and looks out the windows which hope has opened.”

- Charles Haddon Spurgeon

News & Social

News
Emily Little plans a big walk for children’s charity project at HMP Winchester
18 May 2017, 15:11
Emily Little from Canterbury, is planning to walk 365 miles over 32 days, along the UK’s South West Coastal path to raise money for Spurgeons Children’s Charity.
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Case Studies
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Learning how to become better parents
Ellie was a teenager when she had Maya. Now in a relationship with Dean, they also have a baby Harry. Because of Harry’s ill health, Ellie was exhausted and depressed, so she approached Spurgeons for…
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‘Alarming and inspiring’ sums up the findings of a report on the growing problem of children going hungry in the school holidays.
28 Apr 2017, 13:54
Hungry Holidays published by the All Party Parliamentary Group on Hunger is a disturbing, even distressing read says Rachel Shakleton, Spurgeons Network Manager
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74 Wellingborough Road
Rushden
Northants
NN10 9TY
01933 412412

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