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Join us to end childhood poverty in Wales!

It’s an outrage that so many children in Wales are living in poverty.

Children who struggle for the basics are more likely to be ill, do less well at school and have fewer opportunities to play.  As adults, their chances of being unemployed, homeless or dying young are that much higher.


Thursday 17th October 2019 is International Day for the Eradication of Poverty and this year’s focus is on how we can act together to end poverty.

By joining together with the Bevan Foundation, you can help us challenge the powerful forces that keep children locked in poverty, and help families break free. As a charity independent of government, we have the freedom to develop the solutions urgently needed to create real change. But we desperately need regular donations from people like you to do it.

Will you help us end poverty in Wales by joining us this October?

All you need to do is set up a small monthly donation. As a thank you, you’ll get access to our exclusive supporter benefits.

To mark this year’s Eradication of Poverty day, we’ll be hosting a range of online activities on 17th October, including:

  • A live chat
  • A giveaway for supporters who join us between 1st October and 12noon on 17th October 2019
  • A series of exclusive interviews

In Print

Exchange Magazine »

Exchange, Issue 15 Autumn 2019

Wales’ best policy and politics magazine! The latest edition of Exchange, Wales’ best policy and politics magazine, provides more insights into the current and important issues in Welsh public life. Our Autumn 2019 article includes: Julie Morgan AM, Deputy Minister […] »

Events »

Project partner seminar: Shared assets, shared resilience

Date: 25 February 2020 Time: 1.30pm-3.30pm Venue: Cynon Valley Museum Trust,  Cost: Free (By invitation only – if you are interested in attending please contact us) What is it about? Community, public and shared assets are a fundamental part of our social […] »