Talking to a child about things like crossing the road safely is all part of growing up. But talking to them about staying safe from sexual abuse can feel like a difficult conversation.
By donating today and getting your PANTS activity pack, you're not only helping to keep the children in your life safe – you're also helping to protect a generation of children from abuse. Your regular donation will help us support families, work with schools, train professionals and answer the calls that keep children safe.
We're here to protect children, prevent abuse and make child abuse a thing of the past - but we need people like you to be there with us.
When you donate, we'll provide you with a link to order your PANTS pack online with free postage.
Let's talk PANTS
With the help of our friendly dinosaur Pantosaurus, PANTS is a simple way to talk to your child about staying safe from abuse. With a word search, dot-to-dot and maze game, it helps children learn without using any scary words.
Our PANTS pack has been developed with both parents and experts in parenting and child protection. And with Pantosaurus and our exciting activities, children can learn about staying safe and who to speak out to in a fun way.
Watch real families talk PANTS for the first time
Donna experienced abuse as a child. Now she wants all parents to talk PANTS and help keep more children safe.
By using the PANTS rules, Donna and thousands of other parents have taken steps to make sure their children know how to stay safe in a fun and simple way. Together, we can start the conversation in homes across the country and help keep a generation safe from abuse .
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.
How your money is spent
During 2017/18 we spent over £93 million on services and activities to make children and young people safer. This includes working with children and families, our helplines, our schools service and our child protection and awareness campaigns such as PANTS.