Charities for the Child of Britain Awards 2021 are yet to be announced, but see below for some of the charities our organisation has worked with previously.

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Along with our partners, Child of Britain is in the process of selecting which charities it will work with in 2021. Our sister event, Child of Wales, has previously worked very closely and raised funds for three incredible charities. Here are some of their testimonials.

Dreams & Wishes

“Dreams & Wishes, an award-winning charity, are absolutely delighted to be part of the prestigious Child of Wales Awards that honours inspirational children. The volunteer-based charity began in 2011 and is unique in that every penny raised with no deductions grants the dreams and wishes of seriously ill children and their families.

“These amazing awards will highlight the great work of our wonderful team of volunteers, shine a bright light on the courage and bravery of the children that we support, and help us to put plenty more beautiful smiles on faces.”

Wendy Hobbs, Business Ambassador for Dreams & Wishes charity

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NSPCC Cymru / Wales

We are delighted to be part of the inaugural National Children’s Awards of Wales and to be supported by the Bluestone Foundation alongside other great charities working hard on behalf of children in Wales.

One in five children in the UK have suffered from abuse and neglect. The NSPCC’s fights to change childhood by working to prevent abuse ever happening in the first place, to support children who have suffered abuse and to campaign to make safer childhoods for all. This work is only made possible through the dedication of our supporters.

Everyone here at the NSPCC Cymru joins me to say a huge thank you for this fantastic support in fighting to keep children right across Wales safe.

Patrick Weaver, Assistant Director of Fundraising and Engagement (Communities) at NSPCC

Teenage Cancer Trust

We’re delighted to have been chosen as one of the four charities to benefit from the National Children of Wales awards in 2020.

Their support will help to raise much needed awareness of the work of Teenage Cancer Trust Cymru and will enable us to continue to provide vital specialist care for young people with cancer throughout Wales. On behalf of everyone at Teenage Cancer Trust and the young people we support – thank you!

Debbie Jones, regional fundraising manager Teenage Cancer Trust Cymru


1 in 5 children in the UK have suffered abuse or neglect. That’s why, across the UK, Channel Islands and Isle of Man, the NSPCC is working to protect children today and prevent abuse from happening tomorrow.

As the UK’s leading children’s charity fighting to end child abuse, the NSPCC has remained committed to this mission for over 100 years.

But all this is only possible with the generosity of the public and their support. As an independent charity, which receives around 90% of its funding from supporters, the charity relies on the support of people like you to make sure it can keep every child who needs the charity safe. Every pound raised and every penny received will help make sure it can reach more children.
NSPCC is working to strengthen the delivery of children’s rights and create safer childhoods for every child in Wales.

The charity believes this can be realised by finding out what’s working and – more importantly – what isn’t, and what they can do about it. So, NSPCC is evaluating its services for children and families and sharing its learning through working with partners and influencing government.
The charity believes safer childhoods are the route to improving outcomes for children now and for future generations in Wales.

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