Support our work by switching your energy supply to First Utility this May

First Utility and its more than 1,000 employees will work with us to help protect even more children and families across the UK.

First Utility supporting NSPCCOver the next 2 years, First Utility will work with us in hope of raising £250,000 to support our services.

The energy supplier's first big activity will see them donate up to £2 a month (£1 for electricity supply and £1 for gas supply) for two years for every new customer that switches directly via their website1 in May. This means a donation of £48 for every household.

This charity partnership will also see First Utility employees playing a part, taking on fundraising challenges and activities from cake sales to marathons.

Ian McCaig CEO of First Utility said

"We believe every child deserves to have a warm and happy childhood so we are proud to be working with the NSPCC to put our energy into helping children and families across the UK

"We want to engage our people, customers and wider society.

"We're ambitious for this partnership, aiming to raise £250,000 over the next two years. Both First Utility and the NSPCC fully believe every childhood is worth fighting for."

Claire Hoyle NSPCC Head of Partnerships said

"We're delighted to be working with First Utility on this one-of-a-kind initiative, giving people a way to support our work by simply switching energy provider. 

"We're hoping that households across the UK will join the fight for every childhood by switching to First Utility this May, and look forward to seeing First Utility staff getting involved and taking on fundraising challenges for children."

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  1. 1.)Throughout May First Utility will donate to NSPCC (Registered Charity Numbers 216401 & SC037717) for every switch that comes directly through the website. This does not apply to any customers visiting the site through third party links or switching/comparison sites. They will donate £1 per month for each supply (£1 for electricity and £1 for gas) to NSPCC until May 2017.