Railway Children was invited to take part in The Big Rail Diversity Challenge, which saw 500 people from across the rail industry take part in activities designed to push them out of the comfort zone of their traditional roles.
This year a group of intrepid adventurers cycled across India to raise money for us. Mum of four Christina Frost was one of the 20 Ride India participants, and shares why she was inspired to take part.
A project set up to find and protect the thousands of children who arrive every year at India busiest and most dangerous train stations has significantly benefited from funding by Thomas Cook Children’s Charity, which is committed to improving children’s lives and the communities in which they live.
We have been shortlisted to become Deutsche Bank’s charity partner for 2018/19 – a relationship that could help transform 28,000 children's lives. We need your help reaching as many Deutsche Bank employees as possible.
If you’re heading back to work after a summer of fun abroad you might be suffering from post-holiday blues. But thanks to our partnership with Fourex, Railway Children can help you find a positive pick-me-up as you get back to reality.
A special train on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway was recently chartered by East Midlands Trains to celebrate the tenth anniversary of its partnership with Railway Children, successfully raising £30,000.
Our supporters go to amazing lengths to raise money to help us keep fighting for the world’s street children. A 54-year-old long term Railway Children supporter is taking to the skies and hoping to become the first person ever to cross Africa in a gyrocopter.
Eleven teams from across the rail industry came together on 31 May, each hoping to seize the title from last year’s winners Morson International and become the 2017 Rail Industry Touch Rugby Champions.