Abuse can ruin childhoods and the effects can last a lifetime. But with your help, we're working to prevent child abuse in Wales – and help children and young people who’ve been abused rebuild their lives.
Our services in Wales
We're supporting families in Wales when they need us to help make sure children are given the best chance in life.
Our Wales national hub provides support to children, families and professionals. We support parents and families in caring for their children and provide therapeutic assistance to help children move on from abuse.
1 in 5 children in the UK have suffered abuse, robbing them of their childhood. That's why we're visiting primary schools across Wales to give children the knowledge they need to stay safe from harm and to speak out if they're worried.
Events in Wales
From marathons to skydives, bake sales to gala dinners, we've got an event for you in Wales.
Join the fight for every childhood through our one of our volunteering opportunities in Wales.
Join our schools service team as a volunteer to help protect children from abuse and give them the confidence to seek help if they ever need it. We also need volunteers who can deliver these vital messages in Welsh-medium schools.
Childline has been a place for children to turn for over 30 years. But right now we can only respond to 3 out of every 4 children who need our help. Help us be there for more children in one of our volunteer roles.
We give a voice to children when no one is listening. We stand up for children in Wales by finding the best ways to prevent abuse and neglect. We work with Welsh Government and the National Assembly for Wales to strengthen policy and legislation and urge them to take action to better protect children. Become a campaigner and help us demand that all children in Wales are worth fighting for.
Up to 1 in 5 mums in the UK experience mental health problems during pregnancy and after giving birth. Demand mental health support for every mum, so that every baby and every family gets a fair start.
From screaming in the supermarket to a meltdown at mealtime, children’s behaviour can be challenging. If you’re feeling at the end of your tether, Take 5. And follow our simple steps for positive parenting.