Helpline posters When you think a child needs help, talk to us
Our series of posters encourage adults to contact the NSPCC if they are worried about a child.
When you’re worried about a child, talk to us. Whatever your concern, the NSPCC offers advice and support.
We have a number of designs, including bilingual English/Welsh posters and posters for sports venues.
All our posters can be downloaded and printed for free.
- NSPCC helpline poster - boy PDF / 113 KB
- NSPCC helpline poster - girl PDF / 128 KB
- NSPCC helpline poster - teenager PDF / 125 KB
- NSPCC helpline poster - boy, girl and teenager multipack PDF / 765 KB
- NSPCC helpline poster - boy, girl and teenager multipack in English and Welsh PDF / 791 KB
- NSPCC helpline poster - for sports venues PDF / 2 MB
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