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  1. Chief Fundraiser

    CATSYPP after-school groups are so in demand that they have over 60 young people on their waiting lists. But the 55 lucky young people who already attend each week won’t be giving up their places any time soon – because the clubs have literally changed their lives.

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  2. Journalist

    This year, we visited an inspiring project full of young people spending some time away from their homes and their normal routines, enjoying their school holidays. Read on to find out about the Music 4 Life project run by Wren Music in Devon.  

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  3. Chief Fundraiser

    Helen & Douglas House is a very special children’s hospice in Oxford that offers support and kindness at times when families need it most. We'd like to tell you the stories of two children helped by these remarkable hospices.

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  4. Chief Fundraiser

    BBC Children in Need currently awards grants to more than 2,700 projects that support children and young people all over the UK.

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  5. Chief Fundraiser

    Signpost works directly with young carers to provide support, respite and life skills, as well as the chance to meet other young people from similar backgrounds.

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  6. Journalist

    Thanks to your donations we are able to support 87 young carer projects including Crossroads Care West Kent.

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  7. Chief Fundraiser

    Toby, Lucas and Stamford are getting into the Easter spirit by colouring in Easter eggs! All three have cerebral palsy, a condition affecting the part of the brain that controls muscle movement. By learning to hold the pencils correctly and colouring within the lines, they are also developing crucial co-ordination skills.

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  8. Journalist

    Less than a year ago, Sufyan was like any other 12-year-old boy. He loved playing sport, especially football and rugby, liked hanging out with his mates and was looking forward to being a teenager getting up to trouble! Then very unexpectedly, his life began to unravel.

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  9. Journalist

    Part funded by BBC Children in Need, the Chickenshed theatre is celebrating its 40th anniversary.

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  10. Journalist

    On the eve of his debut at Sochi 2014, 19-year-old Paralympian Ben Sneesby takes timeout to look back at the organisation that was so important to him during his formative years.

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