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Our campaign partners offer a wide range of services to support parents and carers of babies and young children during these difficult times.

Please note the information below has been provided by #LittleGoodDeed partners and #LittleGoodDeed is not responsible for the content of any external sites.



NSPCC helpline: Whether you want support and advice for adapting to family life in lockdown, or you’re worried about a child, we’re here to help. Free support and advice is available online, by email or over the phone 0808 800 5000

Action for Children

Parent Talk is our free advice service for parents and carers that's there to support you whenever you need us. Talk one-to-one with a qualified coach about anything that’s worrying you or browse articles on the most common parenting questions for help and advice.


A local community network of trained volunteers and expert support helping families with young children through their challenging times

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Best Beginnings

Our See, Hear, Respond programme, in partnership with Barnardo's, offers free online sessions to anyone who feels anxious or isolated during lockdown. And our Baby Buddy app gives parents expert advice and information, day-by-day

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The NSPCC has a whole range of fun and easy tips to help you bring even more Look, Say, Sing and Play into your daily routine with your baby. They’ll send you a new tip, tailored to your child's age, each week.

National Literacy Trust

Our parent-facing site Words for Life provides milestones, tips, fun resources and advice to help parents support their children’s literacy development.

Save the Children

We work to narrow the gap between children in poverty & their better-off peers. By promoting early learning, we help children realise their potential. When COVID-19 hit, UK children's lives turned upside down. To help, we started an Emergency Grant for families worst affected. Already, the grant has helped over 12,000 families across the UK. 


Our family experts help you create the best outcomes for your children during the vital “foundation years”, from pre-birth to age five. Our online Family Space provides guidance and support for all stages of your parenting journey and our face-to-face services include a network of family centres across the UK.

Kids Matter

We engage local churches to use our relational, evidence informed programmes for families of all faiths and none in their communities. We train peer facilitators from the churches who make long term commitments to support families in communities and in prison across our country. Together, we can build a future where every child in need is raised in a strong family.

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You’re welcome to join our regular online Peep sessions for parents/carers and your 0-3 year olds, where we share songs, stories and simple ways to support children’s play and learning at home. You can find more tips and ideas on our Facebook, Instagram and Twitter pages: @peeplecentre.

First 1001 Days Movement

The First 1001 Days Movement is a group of organisations and professionals working together to campaign about the importance of pregnancy and the earliest years. We drive change by inspiring, supporting and challenging national and local decision makers to value and invest in babies’ emotional wellbeing and development.

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NCT is a national charity providing practical and emotional support for pregnancy, birth and early life with a baby. Through our website, community activities, courses and workshops we support parents with evidence-based information and to form a supportive network locally. Our free Infant Feeding Line is open every day from 8am to midnight. Take a look at our website to find out more about the support available.


I CAN's Talking Point gives parents and carers and the information they need to help children develop their speech, language and communication skills. I CAN’s Enquiry Line provides parents free and direct access to a Speech and Language Therapist to discuss your child’s language needs and development.