Home-Start Scotland calls for political parties to stem the rising tide of child poverty ahead of elections

Home-Start Scotland has joined the End Child Poverty coalition in their call for all political parties in Scotland to commit to action to stem child poverty ahead of the upcoming Holyrood elections. Read more

Waitrose and John Lewis continue their support for Home-Start

Following the 'Give A Little Love' campaign, the Partnership has pledged another £2m to Home-Start and FareShare in order to support families impacted by the pandemic Read more

Home-Start signs letter calling for independent childen's commission

Home-Start have joined a coalition of charities and child welfare experts in signing a letter, published in The Observer newspaper, calling for an independent commission on child welfare post Covid-19. Read more

Home-Start UK responds to Joseph Rowntree Foundation poverty report

The annual JRF report into poverty highlights the challenges many families are facing and that Home-Start are often responding to. Read more

Home-Start adapts to third UK lockdown.

As the UK locks down for the third time due to Covid-19, Home-Starts are ensuring that families continue to receive support. Read more

Home-Start UK celebrating local Volunteers on #IVD2020

Without our volunteers, we wouldn’t be able to do what we do, so we want to take this opportunity on International Volunteers’ Day to celebrate and give thanks to each and every one of them. Read more

Home-Start welcomes launch of Royal Foundation report into early years

Home-Start UK's chief executive, Peter Grigg, has welcomed the new report published by the Royal Foundation today and called on everyone in society to work together to make sure parents have the support they need to give children the best start in life. Read more

Failure to deliver extra early years support “a blow to life chances”

In response to the comprehensive spending review Peter Grigg, the chief executive of leading family support organisation Home-Start UK, expressed his disappointment in the lack of support for the youngest and most vulnerable in society. Read more