How you can help
South West and Channel Islands
"The South West is a hugely varied region, and our volunteers come together from all walks of life, united by one aim: to end cruelty to children.
Without this support, we could not carry out the ground-breaking work we undertake in safeguarding children. However you choose to support us, it all makes a difference to children's lives. On their behalf, thank you."
Nigel Impey, head of community fundraising in the South West (pictured).
Getting involved in your area
Thanks to our vibrant network of community volunteers, business groups, and service volunteers, we're able to continue providing services for the most vulnerable children in the South West and Channel Islands.
If you want to get involved with the NSPCC in your community, there's a whole range of things you can do to help. We hope you'll also meet other like-minded supporters, and have a great experience at the same time. Get in touch to find out how you can get involved locally.
Here's a few ideas to get you started…
Join a local fundraising group
The NSPCC has over 2,000 groups of volunteers across the UK, who raise money within their local community and help raise awareness of the work we do to protect children.
Volunteer in your area
In addition to volunteering as a fundraiser, you could volunteer for the ChildLine Schools Service, a role that involves presenting safeguarding assemblies and interactive workshops to primary school aged children. Find out more about volunteering.
Join an event near you
There are countless NSPCC events happening all over the region, from concerts and theatre evenings to challenge walks and marathons, and there's bound to be something of interest to you. Search for an event near you now.
Get your company involved
We work with a range of local businesses across the region, and there are some real benefits for our corporate partners. Find how you can get your company involved on our corporate partnership pages.
Our national fundraising
Want to get involved in our national fundraising activities? Get involved with activities open to supporters across the UK.
Are you a child?
Do you need to talk? Call ChildLine on 0800 1111 or visit us online.
Worried about a child?
Don’t wait until you’re certain. Contact our trained helpline counsellors for 24/7 help, advice and support.