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At CANW we are extremely proud of our innovative portfolio of services designed to support children and young people, families and communities. We passionately believe that every individual has the right to achieve their full potential whatever their background or circumstance. As a children’s charity we do not make a profit from our Foster Care Service. Instead we prefer to reinvest any profits back into supporting and developing our team of Foster Carers. Delivering better outcomes and brighter futures for our children and young people.



  • GIFTS awareness month at @ Natwest Blackburn

    Why not pop down to Blackburn NatWest and join us in raising money for the amazing GIFTS Service that desperately requires funding. The Service relies heavily on the community to help raise the profile and raise money to provide children who have suffered the loss of a parent, friend or loved one with a group that supports the grieving process. The GIFTS team provide specialist group and one-to-one support for children, young people and their families who have been affected by… READ MORE
  • Can you attend the next CANW school huddle?

      Here at CANW we are passionate about our person-centered approach to working with schools and meeting the needs of young people and their families. We understand that a ‘one-size fits all’ service model is too rigid and in flexible for today’s youth. Our Targeted Early Support Services (TESS) provide support to: children, families and communities.  Why not come along to our school t huddle and find out how CANW can support your school.  Email Chelsea today for more information… READ MORE
  • The Fleece Inn annual fun day @ Penwortham

    CANW are honoured to be supported by The Fleece Inn, Penwortham, Preston as they host their annual fun day. The day has none stop entertainment for the kids so the adults can relax: Facepainting, Bouncy Castles, Competitions and much more. The Charity raffle hosts lots of fantastic prizes and all proceeds from the fun day activities are been kindly donated to CANW. Come rain or shine it will be a great day. Come and Join in the fun!!!! Where- 39 Liverpool… READ MORE
  • Six-year-old conquers three peaks for charity!

      A six-year-old from Lancashire has become one of the youngest people ever to complete the Three Peaks Challenge. Caelan   Blades from Ostwaldtwistle has been doing these climbs to help a North West children’s charity. The quest started last year when Caelan, who was just 5 at the time, and his father Mick Blades, conquered Scafell Pike, England’s highest peak in Cumbria. After reaching the top they decided to take on the rest of the Three Peak Challenge. So Caelan put… READ MORE

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