The CLA is a user-led charity run by care leavers for care leavers.
Whilst the primary purpose of the foundation remains that of making grants to care leavers below the age of 30, who have no recourse to statutory funding or other sources of support, their involvement in the wider sector, specifically influencing policy where they can to create real change for future care leavers, has also become a significant part of their activity.
The CarePath Project aims to develop develop an integrated approach for the protection of children ageing out of care in EU, empowering professionals and public authorities towards trauma-informed approaches.
Casa Viva is a faith-based organization that exists to provide lifegiving solutions for children who have been separated from their families in the developing world.
Catholic Relief Services is the official international humanitarian agency of the Catholic community in the United States. Its mission is to assist impoverished and disadvantaged people overseas, including those affcted by HIV/AIDS, emergencies, and trafficking.
CCF Moldova – children, communities, families was founded in 2004 and has represented Hope and Homes for Children UK in Moldova since 2005.
The Center for Migration and Refugee Studies Database is a comprehensive location where migration and refugee research material (especially, but not exclusively) on the Middle East region is compiled.
The Center for the Prevention and Treatment of Child Sexual Abuse (CPTCSA) has been working for more than 20 years in the Philippines to provide therapeutic support to young perpetrators and survivors of child sexual abuse, and to train foster care providers for children who have been sexually abused.
The Center on the Developing Child’s diverse activities align around building an R&D (research and development) platform for science-based innovation, and transforming the policy and practice landscape that supports and even demands change.
CELSIS strives to improve the experiences and life chances of children and young people in Scotland who are looked after, their families, and those who have left care - by working alongside the professionals who touch their lives, and the wider systems responsible for their care.