News Item: 17 March, 2011

Children campaign to make a difference

On 29 March, 300 primary-school children from all over London will celebrate their successful campaigning on a variety of issues from homelessness to knife crime.

The children, aged from seven to eleven, are from the schools involved in our Make a Difference Challenge. The Challenge, part of our Go-Givers programme, is an active citizenship project that demonstrates how well primary children are able to understand and empathise with other people's situations, work as a team and make a contribution to the world they live in.

‘Giving is more an attitude than something you only do when you have money. It's easiest if you learn it young.' Giving Green Paper

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