Barnardo’s is the UK’s largest children’s charity, helping vulnerable children for over 150 years.

Last year we supported work with 358,800 children, young people, parents and carers across the UK, thanks to our network of services, our partnerships and the expertise and commitment of paid colleagues and volunteers.

Barnardo’s help children through the trauma of sexual abuse and exploitation, provide support for young people in care, give children caring for a loved one the help and support they deserve.

And that’s not all. Their specialist workers support families through domestic abuse, mental health problems, prison sentences, asylum seeking and much more.

Barnardo’s also amplifies the voices of young people to influence the Government on the issues that affect their lives, fighting their corner and making sure their voices are heard.

Barnardo’s are also one of the largest charity retailers, with over 640 stores across the UK offering a wonderful range of pre-loved clothing, accessories, homeware and media. You can also donate your pre-loved items, helping us raise even more funds for the most vulnerable children. Find your nearest Barnardo’s store by visiting

You can also support us by shopping online for cards, wrap, gifts and much more at

How your purchase helps Barnardo’s

With every purchase made, Isle of Green will donate 15% of the total sale to Barnardo’s to help fund their work with the UK’s most vulnerable children, young people and families.

Barnardo’s run over 1,100 services across the UK, working to build stronger families, safer childhoods and positive futures. We do this through counselling and long term support for children who have been abused, supported lodgings for care leavers, vocational training for young people, and many other vital services.

● £10 could give a young carer a day out, and a break from their caring responsibilities.

● £25 could provide a young person with bedding and a safe place to sleep.

● £50 could provide specialist support to help a child recover from the trauma of sexual abuse.

● £100 could provide four mentoring sessions to a young person leaving care.


To find out more about Barnardo’s, and ways in which you can support their work simply visit