What you can do

The more people who join us, the more we can help children. Big or small, there’s something each of us can do to make things better for children.

Play your part to protect children
Whether it's making a phone call to report your concern, taking a safeguarding course, volunteering for ChildLine or donating towards our work, we can all play a part in the fight for every childhood.

Do your own fundraising

There are lots of easy ways you can raise money to keep children safe from abuse and we're here to help you every step of the way.
Do your own fundraising

Support our campaigns

Together, we can continue to change laws, attitudes and help parents across the UK keep their children safe. 

Support our campaigns

Make a donation

When a child is free from abuse, they're free to dream again. Your donation can take a child anywhere.

Donate now

More ways you can keep children safe

Report abuse

Our helpline is here 24/7. So if you’re worried about a child, you can always talk to us.
Report abuse to our helpline

Volunteer or work for us

Join the fight for every childhood. Learn more about our volunteering and career opportunities. 
Volunteer or work for us

Get advice and support

Talk to our experts on 0808 800 5000 if you're worried about a child or need advice or information about child protection
Get advice and support

Get the latest news and training

Get expert training and consultancy

Grow your child protection knowledge and skills with CPD certified courses delivered by our experts nationwide and online.
Get expert training


Our Current Awareness Service for Practice, Policy And Research delivers free weekly email alerts to keep you up-to-date with all the latest safeguarding and child protection news.

CASPAR is currently being upgraded but you can still sign up by contacting our Information Service.

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Information Service

Our free service for people who work with children can help you find the latest policy, practice, research and news on child protection and related subjects.

For more information, call us or email help@nspcc.org.uk.

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