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Just 2 minutes of your time could change a child’s life - whether it’s signing a petition or emailing your MP. Campaign with us to help keep children and young people safe in the UK.

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An easy way to fight for every childhood 

Sign up for monthly updates with actions you can complete in 2 minutes or less to support our campaigns. NSPCC campaigners across the UK have helped us to change laws to keep children safe.
But there is lots more to do. 

Help us change laws that change lives today.

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Birgit, NSPCC Campaigner

"As a society we have a duty to protect all children and to show - as a community - that we care about them."

Tina, NSPCC Campaigner

"It's time our country started to support our own vulnerable children. These children are our future - workforce, doctors, nurses ..."

John, NSPCC Campaigner

" It is everybody’s business to make sure children are safe and given the right support."

Your help makes a difference

  • In 2014, it wasn’t illegal for an adult to send a child a sexual message – online grooming wasn’t a crime.

  • Thanks to the 50,000 people who signed our petition and emailed the Minister for Online Child Protection, now it is.

  • Before 2015, child witnesses in abuse cases had to risk seeing their abuser to give evidence in court.

  • Over 21,000 people signed our petition and emailed their MP. Children can now give evidence somewhere safe.

  • Until 2015, adults in positions of power – from coaches to youth leaders – could have sex with young people in their care.

  • Over 3,500 NSPCC campaigners emailed their MP our email template. Government listened and is reviewing the law.

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Fight for a Fair Start for every family

1 in 5 mums and 1 in 10 dads face mental health problems during and after pregnancy. Because of a lack of services, funding, training or staff - many parents can't get the help they need.

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Help us end the Wild West Web

Social media isn't safe. There are over 100 reports of grooming and child abuse a day. Help us pass the Online Harms Bill to help keep children safe from abuse like online grooming.

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