Where your money goes
The NSPCC receives 82 per cent of its funding from generous people like you, who care about the safety of children.
Across the UK the NSPCC provides services such as 24-hour helplines, therapeutic and young witness centres - each one making a big difference to children’s lives.
But until every vulnerable child has the support they need, we will continue to develop our services and this is why we still need your help .
Your donations make a difference
Answers a child's call for help on ChildLine.
Enables a trained practitioner to deliver one hour of support through the NSPCC Helpline, to protect some of the most vulnerable children in society such as babies or toddlers who cannot call for themselves.
Pays for a child who may have nowhere else to turn to receive confidential, one to one counselling through ChildLine, about an issue which is important to them.
Pays for an hour of direct one to one support for a vulnerable child and their family. This includes the time it takes to prepare and write up the session.
When Rosie was younger, she was the kind of girl who'd make any parent proud. But Rosie's behaviour started to change. And her teachers started to worry. Thanks to your kind donations we were able to find out about the terrible secret Rosie was hiding.
Meeting fundraising standards
We have agreed to adhere to a strict set of codes and a Fundraising Promise committing us to treat the public with respect, fairness, honesty and clarity in all our money raising activities.