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Together we can create more chances for children
What we do is very simple: pay for things that we would want all children and young people to have but their parent or carers cannot otherwise afford.
The start of Buttle UK’s co-production journey
Buttle UK’s Co-Production and Youth Engagement Manager, Charlotte, reflects on the steps we’ve taken so far to become more accountable to young people, families and professionals.
Surviving Estrangement – Interview with a young person
Alongside the launch of our Surviving Estrangement report, we asked a series of questions to a young person about the experience of being estranged and how they found the process of being involved in Buttle UK's first ever co-produced report.
State of Child Poverty 2022
As we begin to transition out of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Cost of Living Crisis is hitting the poorest families the hardest. This year, for the State of Child Poverty 2021-22, we have surveyed over 1000 frontline workers who collectively support 60,000 children and young people.
Chances for Children grants are designed to improve the social and emotional wellbeing of children and young people, as well as their capacity to engage in education.
85% The percentage of parents who report their children’s engagement with education has improved since receiving a Chances for Children grant
88% The percentage of parents who report that their children’s confidence has improved since receiving a Chances for Children grant
94% The percentage of parents that report their home now meets the families’ basic needs (housework, daily tasks, home safety)
84% The percentage of parents who report improvements in how well the family get along and the quality of time spent together