The NSPCC help children who have been abused rebuild their lives, protect those at risk, and find the best ways of preventing abuse from happening to keep children safe in their communities.

The charity creates a national impact through their policy work and campaigning, such as the Online Harms Bill proposal - to make tech companies accountable for the abuse happening on their platforms. The NSPCC also operate national services like Childline, the helpline for adults to report concerns about a child, and the NSPCC Schools Service, where they deliver assemblies to teach children how to recognise and report abuse.

Did you know...

On average, a child contacts Childline every 25 seconds

Two children in every classroom are experiencing abuse or neglect

1 in 3 young people have seen something worrying or nasty online

Neglect is more common than any other type of abuse

£5 could pay for one of a practitioner to answer a call to the NSPCC helpline.

£25 could pay for a trained practitioner for one hour, supporting parents and families in caring for their children.

£150 could pay for one helpline practitioner shift, providing vital help and support to adults concerned about a child's welfare.

What makes the NSPCC different...

The NSPCC have a local impact supporting children who have experienced abuse by delivering therapeutic services from their centres across the UK.

The work with businesses, local authorities and other charitable organisations to deliver support in local communities.

How can you support the charity...

Volunteer for Childline - they couldn’t keep the Childline service running 24/7 without the help of volunteers.

Join the NSPCC Schools Serviceas a volunteer and help us protect a generation of children.

Fundraising in your community - their community fundraisers play a really important part in rallying people together to raise vital funds which help to protect children and prevent abuse.

Volunteer at an event - they have hundreds of atmospheric running and cycling events happening throughout the year.

Address

Weston House, 42 Curtain Road
London
EC2A 3NH

Contact Number

020 384 117 19