Painter’s Potter Project: Over £200k raised for children’s charity Lumos
Over the last six years Scottish artist, Stuart McAlpine Miller, has been working on his latest collection Revelations: A Portrait of Magic, featuring fine art ...
UKRAINE RESPONSE: ONE YEAR ON
At a time of crisis for Ukrainian children and their families, you responded. Discover how the largest appeal in Lumos's history helped children with emergency assistance when they needed it most, and how you can support our work for 2023.
JOINT STATEMENT ON CHILDREN FORCIBLY TRASFERRED FROM UKRAINE
We are extremely concerned by reports that thousands of Ukrainian children are being forcibly deported to Russia to be fostered or adopted without appropriate processes, separating them from their families and communities.
Our vision is a world where all children have a safe and loving family.Find out more
Despite evidence of the harms of institutionalisation, an estimated 5.4 million children around the world continue to live in orphanages and institutions, deprived of their basic human rights. We work globally to:
We're using our knowledge and experience to support those responsible for reforming care systems in their own countries.Learn more
We know that ending institutionalisation benefits children and society – and we use this evidence to motivate and press governments around the world to reform the way they care for children.Learn more
Building on our heritage of successful programmes showing how care systems can be reformed, we’ll use what we’ve learnt in the past to support partners with their own reform efforts.Learn more
Donations made in Great British Pounds will benefit Lumos Foundation, registered charity number: 1112575, and donations made in Dollars will benefit Lumos Foundation USA, EIN: 47-2301085.
There are several ways you can buy beautiful products, and donate to Lumos at the same time. From books, to charm bracelets, e-books and more, there are many ways you can get involved.