About Railway Children
The idea behind The Railway Children began in 1993 when David Maidment, Chairman of Railway Children (former Controller of Safety Policy with British Rail), was on a business trip in Mumbai. David was deeply moved by the many street children he saw at the main railway terminal, and was haunted by the image of a 7 year old girl beating herself to elicit sympathy and money. On his return he researched all organisations working to help street children and saw a gap in the market, no one was focussing on early intervention. In 1995 Railway Children was launched, to stop the abuse of children living alone and at risk on the streets, through early intervention.
Our chosen charity
Comms–care made The Railway Children its chosen charity in 2008; supporting this very worthwhile cause by holding various fund raising events throughout the course of the year.
Comms-care held a Halloween Scare day in aid of The Railway Children at their HQ in Cheshire raising £175 for the charity. For more information visit Comms-SCARE holds Halloween Scare day for charity
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