At the Child Safe Foundation we put the children and young people we work for at the heart of everything we do.
The Child Safe Foundation is a nationally registered youth empowerment charity based in London, where we work to empower and improve the lives of children and young people.
Our work is across various areas, with young people primarily, but also with other charity organisations, training/consultancy, and renovating abandoned properties to house the homeless. We work to promote and protect the rights of some of the most vulnerable young people in the UK and Ireland. In our 10 years as an organisation we have worked with many different groups of young people including young carers, LGBT groups and individuals, black and minority ethnic children and young people with mental health issues to create effective campaigns that champion the rights of those most affected by policies and services. We work with all young people to help them realise the power of their own voices and become empowered, active citizens.
We also work with organisations across the city and the country to make sure that young people are served in a meaningful and impactful way by their schools, public services and communities.
If you are a young person looking to get involved in our work and become a CSF Change Maker you can find out more information here.
If you are an organisation interested in partnering with us to improve the lives of young people you can find more information here.
If you are a school, individual, community group or local authority looking for training and consultancy around work with young people, you can buy our training packages here.
At Child Safe Foundation (CSF) we believe in empowerment through participation. Anyone can become a CSF member by getting in touch and signing up! All you need is a passion for issues that affect young people to make a real difference.
As a member we’ll keep you updated on our campaigns, fundraising appeals and the progress of our projects. To download our introduction and information leaflet click here. To find out more contact us on 0203 488 5080 or email firstname.lastname@example.org