Local Business Boards
Join a local board and pool your resources with other businesses in your area
The NSPCC has established business boards across the UK, consisting of business leaders, entrepreneurs, individuals from a range of industries and sectors who use their influence, skills and commitment to inspire others, particularly large businesses, to help the NSPCC.
Members work together to:
- raise money for children and make a real difference
- enjoy and maximise networking opportunities through collaboration with other Board members, Business Ambassadors and local business communities
- raise awareness throughout their respective company links and lead by example to encourage other organisations to follow
- use knowledge and influence to open doors
Current business boards
- Belfast Board - Changing Childhoods Appeal Board
- Bolton Business Board
- Birmingham Business Board *
- Brighton and Hove Business Board
- Bristol Business Board
- Coventry Business Board
- Derbyshire Business Board
- Kent & Medway Business Board (Forever Smiles Appeal)**
- Lancashire Business Board
- Leeds Business Board
- Liverpool Business Board
- Manchester Business Board
- Newcastle upon Tyne Business Board
- Nottingham Business Board
- Peterborough Business Board
- North and South London Business Board
- Sunderland Business Board
- Scottish Business Board(s)**
**Formation process ongoing for consultative Boards
Other Boards and Groups
The NSPCC also benefits from the wisdom and support of other groups such as our high level Volunteer Fundraising Boards; many Community Business Groups who focus on SMEs and our London City Business Board (City Events) - a long established group who have helped to raise significant income through events such as the Gerkin Challenge and other city based corporate social events.
Please contact your local office to find out more about getting involved with local and regional Business Boards near you. Membership is by invitation only but if you are a business leader, key influencer or entrepreneur and feel you could help and would be prepared to open up your networks then please get in touch.
Board members are encouraged to share ideas by joining the NSPCC Business Board Members Forum on LinkedIn. New members are welcome.