We are delighted to share the news that our former Chief Executive, Becky Hewitt, has been awarded an OBE as part of the Queen’s Birthday Honours.
Welsh Government has signed up to our Pledge To Be Seen campaign to ensure equal representation for people with visible differences and disfigurements across Wales.
Our response to Instagram's announcement that they are rolling out new features to prevent users from receiving abusive direct messages.
Today we warmly welcome the Women & Equalities Select Committee report and recommendations to Government following their inquiry into body image.
We are pleased to announce that we have appointed Heather Blake as our new Chief Executive. Heather will join Changing Faces on Monday 17 May.
Sleek will be featuring three of our campaigners, Amba, Prisha and Tatyana, in their upcoming social media campaigns as part of our Pledge To Be Seen movement.
Becky Hewitt explains why she'll be stepping down as CEO and David Clayton, Chair of Trustees, shares plans for a smooth transition to a new CEO.
We're calling on parents, teachers and young people to celebrate difference, after 56% of children with a visible difference say they feel lonely.
Changing Faces survey reveals the double challenge facing many men with visible differences, with a quarter saying they feel self-conscious or embarrassed.
Changing Faces welcomes the report’s recommendation that children and young people with skin conditions should have access to mental health support.
Richard was a much-valued member of our team, write David Clayton, Chair of Trustees and Becky Hewitt, CEO of Changing Faces.