Celebrate and give

Give in celebration to help us protect more children from abuse, and we'll send you unique materials to make your celebration extra special.

Give in celebration and help us protect more children from abuse

glassesBy supporting us at your celebration, you're helping to make sure we're there for more children across the UK to protect them from abuse in all its forms.

Whether you're planning a wedding, birthday party, christening or anniversary, by choosing to give to the NSPCC in celebration of your event helps us turn lives around and protect more children across the UK from child abuse. 

If you have any questions about your order, call us on 020 7825 2814 or email celebrate@nspcc.org.uk

Choose your celebration


Planning a wedding? Why not add charitable donations to the NSPCC to your gift list?

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By raising money at your celebration, your donation will mean that we can be there when a child needs us.

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Make your memorable milestone even more special by changing the lives of children across the UK.

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Other celebrations

Invite friends and family to make a donation to the NSPCC in place of gifts to mark your special occasion.

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Set up your online donation page


Setting up your JustGiving page is easy - it takes 10 seconds to start.

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Virgin Money Giving

Kick-start your fundraising with Virgin Money Giving.

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Set up your fundraising page with MyDonate.

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How giving in celebration helps us

"Without ChildLine I wouldn’t be here now. I’ve told my family about my self-harming. They’re really supporting me with it. Thank you for giving me the courage to talk about it."
A ChildLine caller

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Other ways to support us

Donate clothes, inkjet cartridges & more

Donating your old inkjet cartridges, clothes, cars and unwanted items is an easy way to help children.
Donate and recycle

Donate in memory

Making a donation in memory of someone or setting up a Tribute Fund can be a positive way to celebrate the life of a loved one.
Make a donation in memory

Other ways to give

From playing the NSPCC Lottery to buying a Letter from Santa, there are lots of ways to donate to the NSPCC.
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