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Free the Child is committed to supporting and empowering children and young people, providing advice on education, career choices and life skills as well as counselling on personal and family matters.
We organise educational activities, community events and trips throughout the year.
If you are interested or a young person’s charity we’d love to hear from you. Our services provide an opportunity for everyone to be actively involved in a number of recreational projects.

The Know List - Inspire to Aspire

TheKnowList sponsored Free the Child’s Inspire to Aspire community event; an initiative to motivate and inspire young people to aspire for success in their lives. The event saw a wealth of motivational speakers from the Metropolitan Police, NHS, successful young people as well as the event sponsor himself Daniel Brown and gave young people the opportunity to learn from success stories and equip them to achieve their highest potential.

Following Inspire to Aspire, TheKnwowList generously sponsored the Aspire to be Creative competition, which crowned the winner Remiah Martinz for submitting a creative and was voted buy the Knowlist panel.

Remiah Martinz performed his winning cover of John Mayer’s ‘Slow Dancing in a burning room’ at the highly acclaimed TheKnowList Awards in January 2012. Click here for more information on TheKnowList’s CSR programme.

Health Is Wealth

 Young people are taken through a series of outdoor and indoor physical exercise classes led by a professional team, and are encouraged to make healthier life choices.

*Bounce Back – People who might have suffered the effects of abuse are empowered through counselling, talks and advice sessions and fun activities such as drama and music to help them bounce back to life.

United Against Crime

UAC is funded by Big Lottery Fund and addresses knife, gun, and drug crime through active participation in workshops, seminars

It enables positive relationships to be built through collective collaboration

“I was anxious to join UAC workshops at first but the friendly atmosphere put me at ease and made it enjoyable to talk about very sensitive topics in a in a casual and educative manner” Shayan, 16