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Make a donation today and help us fight for every childhood. 

Make a donation to the NSPCC today and help us fight for every childhood

From playing the NSPCC Lottery to recycling your old mobile, leaving a gift in memory to donating via your salary, there are lots of simple and fun ways to support our work.

Abuse changes childhoods. But so can we. By choosing to support our work, you'll be helping us to protect more children, and prevent abuse from ruining any more lives.

Donate for special occasions

Make a donation to the NSPCC in lieu of gifts at your wedding or celebration. We’ll send you unique materials to make your celebration extra special.
Order your materials

Donate in your will

Leaving a donation to the NSPCC in your will can help us make a real difference to children
Leave a gift in your will

Win with the NSPCC Weekly Lottery

Sign up today for your chance to win £1,000 every week - and help children too!
Sign up and play

Other ways to give

From playing the NSPCC Lottery to shopping on eBay, there are lots of ways to donate to the NSPCC.
More ways to give

Donate goods

Donating your old mobile phones, 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 support our work

Volunteer for ChildLine Schools Service

We're protecting a generation of children against abuse, one primary school at a time. Play your part.
Become a volunteer

Fundraise for us

Support our work by taking part or hosting events and activities.
Fundraise for us

Take part in an event

From marathons to gala dinners, there's an event you can do to raise money and help give children the childhood they deserve.
Find an event

How your money is spent

During 2014 we spent £98 million on services and activities that directly benefit children and young people.

Our spending focused on child protection advice and awareness campaigns - like our award winning Underwear Rule campaign and the ChildLine School Service.

Meeting standards

We have agreed to stick to a strict set of codes and a fundraising promise, which means we treat our supporters and donors with respect, fairness and honesty and we are always clear about how we raise money.