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  1. Who You Help: The Urban Hope Youth Project

    Hannah Loughlin

    Journalist

    Urban Hope is a vibrant youth project based at St Stephen's Church in North London. The project runs after school activities for girls aged 11-18 from low-income families who are socially excluded in Islington.

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  2. Who You Help: New Horizons Youth Centre

    Hannah Loughlin

    Journalist

    We are halfway through Poverty and Homelessness Awareness Week and continuing to look at the work done by organisations to help vulnerable young people who are dealing with issues around homelessness. New Horizon Youth Centre is a youth crisis centre in Chalton Street, Camden, London.

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  3. Who You Help: Keys to the Future Shelter project in Knowsley

    Pudsey Bear

    Chief Fundraiser

    This is the start of Poverty and Homelessness Awareness Week and a good opportunity to highlight the work being done around this subject by organisations funded by BBC Children in Need. We have been funding the Keys to the Future project in Knowsley, Merseyside through Shelter since 2009.

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  4. Fundraising Heroes guest post: Megan and Megan's story

    Megan and Megan

    Last week we introduced you to two bright young fundraisers, Megan and Megan, who were about to undertake an ambitious fundraising challenge, attempting to live in poverty for a week. Let's see how they got on!

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  5. Fundraising Heroes guest post: Megan and Megan

    Megan and Megan

    We were recently contacted by two keen fundraisers, Megan and Megan, who are starting a very thought-provoking fundraising challenge on Monday 28 October. We were so interested, we asked both girls to write us a blog post telling us all about it. Here’s what Megan and Megan had to say.

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  6. Celebrating St David's Day

    Paul Condon

    Digital Content Producer

    To mark St David’s Day on 1 March, we highlight some of the amazing work going on at the 140 projects throughout Wales that are being funded thanks to your donations.

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  7. A Big Deal for Teenagers

    Jo Porter

    Journalist

    Find out how your donations to BBC Children in Need are supporting young people in Barking and East London who are interested in art, music, drama and dance. 

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