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NEWS

  • Sponsor a school choir to take part in our Emojinal Health concert and help to improve the emotional health of children in your community

    It’s estimated one in ten children aged 5 – 16 in Lancashire have a mental health disorder. That’s more than 19,000 young people. But only a quarter of those who need treatment will receive it. Will you help us build a happier future for Lancashire? Child Action Northwest (CANW) is launching a new campaign to improve the mental health of children and young people in our communities and we hope you’ll want to join us to make a positive difference… READ MORE
  • Calling all musicians! CANW seeks bands to perform for audience of thousands at Pound Day!

    Are you with the band? CANW is on the look out for bands, singers and musicians to perform at our Pound Day event on Sunday 10th September. If you’re in a pop, rock, rap or soul band, a duo or a solo artist interested in performing to a live audience of up to 4,000 people, then we want to hear from YOU! Our family fun day is bigger and better than ever and this year features a live music stage… READ MORE
  • Our Fostering team will be heading to the Manchester Caribbean Carnival this weekend…

    Our Fostering team will be attending the Manchester Caribbean Carnival this weekend.  Raising awareness that we 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. Ultimately delivering better outcomes and a brighter future for our children and young people. This event will provide the community an opportunity to ask any questions they may have around fostering.  We… READ MORE
  • Bee’s knees: artwork inspired by Manchester attack raising funds for our trauma counselling initiative

                  A unique artwork is to be raffled to raise funds for a charity campaign set up following the Manchester terrorist attack. The framed papercut design of a Manchester worker bee is being raffled to raise money to support or attempts to create a new network of counselling support for people affected by terrorist attacks. The appeal has already raised over £2,000 for the initiative, has been given a boost by sales of raffle tickets… READ MORE

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