Paying your money in
All registered schools should receive a welcome letter with paying in instructions. If you have misplaced this letter with your supporter ID, or haven't received your welcome pack yet, please complete and return this paying in form. Your supporter ID may also be found on your Number Day emails.
You can pay in money directly to Barclays Bank, via cheque, online or by phone. In addition to this, there are cashless options such as ParentPay, JustGiving and IRIS ParentMail.
JustGiving: Set up your school’s fundraising page within our Number Day 2022 JustGiving link.
Raising money has never been easier with JustGiving QR codes. You can see your QR code by typing ‘/qrcode’ at the end of your pages URL. Save or screenshot this and include on posters, emails and letters. Children can spread the word to their family and friends to encourage them to donate to your Number Day event, and make this the biggest one yet!
Remember to share your fundraising with parents and carers, we’ve got our letter you can share on your schools’ social media site too.
IRIS ParentMail: NSPCC partner activation instructions.
Returning sponsor forms: You'll find instructions for paying in money you have raised within your welcome letter or the paying in form. If your school has sponsor forms to return to NSPCC to enable us to claim gift aid, please return them by confidential and secure post (such as second class signed for). Address details can be found within your welcome letter or the paying in form. If you have any queries in relation to paying in the money you have raised, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Why your support counts
The money you raise could help the NSPCC run its Speak out Stay safe programme to help children understand what abuse is and what to do if they're scared or worried.
Caroline’s seven year old son was sexually abused by a 13 year old friend of the family. Luke’s behaviour had deteriorated over a period of months. After seeing one of the NSPCC’s Speak Out Stay Safe assemblies, Luke disclosed the abuse to his mum. She believes that he would never have spoken out without the service. They reported what had happened to the police and Luke is now doing well.
"If it hadn’t been for that assembly, I honestly think the abuse would still be happening. The Schools Service needs to keep happening so that children understand what is right and wrong. It gave my son the words to articulate what had happened to him and to be able to say it was not OK. "
Caroline*, Luke's mum
*Names have been changed.
Thanks to our partners
The Man Charitable Trust is Man Group’s philanthropic trust, which focuses its grant giving on literacy, numeracy and programmes that help disadvantaged people.
Its work helps disadvantaged people engage with education and build the
necessary skills to improve their life
chances and employment prospects.
Oxford University Press has once again teamed up with the NSPCC to provide exciting Number Day activities.
These have been designed to have clear links to the maths curriculum and also put the fun into fundraising!
Other ways you can support us
When a child isn’t safe, we need to be here to protect them. Donate now and help us be here for children.