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Raise vital funds to help us still be here for children

With lockdown restrictions slowly easing, there are lots of ways you can fundraise for us at home, virtually, or out and about. Children have been strongly affected by the pandemic and the effects are far from over. We need your help so we can still be here for children. Because no child should be left to cope alone.

From hosting a quiz to selling handmade crafts or old clothes to getting active, we’ve got lots of great fundraising ideas you can try whether you're staying in or getting out the house, where restrictions allow.

Fundraise with us and you'll get:


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  • a fundraising pack full of ideas, tips and resources to help make your fundraising a success
  • regular emails inspiring you with ways to smash your fundraising targets
  • support from our friendly team to help with any questions along the way.

Explore our fundraising materials

Fundraising ideas

Your support means more now than ever. Help us continue to be there for the children and families who need us by fundraising from anywhere, even the comfort of your home.

We've got lots of fundraising ideas, including some virtual ones, you can try whether you’re social distancing or after lockdown eases:

Teach a class

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A group or online class, like yoga, home workouts or guitar lessons, or home schooling - are great ways to help people learn new things.

Get crafty

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Make homemade gifts, soap or cards for your loved ones. Send to your friends and family in the post and ask for a donation.

Coffee mornings

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Catch up over a cuppa and host a coffee morning with friends and family – settle in with a drink, a slice of cake and enjoy some games.

Bake-off

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Dust off your aprons to challenge your friends to a bake-off competition. Ask people to donate to enter, then share your baked goods together or over video.

Have a declutter

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Now's the perfect time to declutter and sell any old clothes, gifts or books online – try eBay for charity, Facebook Marketplace or Depop.

Host a quiz

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Whether at your local pub or over video chat - invite your friends and family to your quiz and find out who’s the most competitive player!

Challenge yourself

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Give something up and ask friends and family to sponsor you - it could be a habit, or even a favourite food.

Get playing

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Invite your friends to a gaming marathon and place bets on the winner – it’s a great way to keep in touch and have fun at the same time.

Fundraising stories to inspire you


Rebecca's bake sale

"The NSPCC have always had a firm place in my heart. I love cooking so I thought I’d get some friends round, they can bring their kids, and we’ll bake some cakes.”


Archana's skydive

"I'm so scared of heights I can't even go on a slide with my toddler. But it was the most exhilarating experience of my life...I can't believe I did it."


Jack's disco

“I had lots of fun throwing the best party ever – it’s going to go down in village history! I don’t know the exact amount I raised, but I’m really proud." 

How your fundraising helps

33908-exp_nil-white-fundraising stat.png£54 could pay for a Childline supervisor for 2 hours, helping our volunteer counsellors be here for children.

Childline phone icon.png £200 could pay for our volunteer counsellors to answer 50 children's calls for help to Childline.

Helpline icon transparent.png£500 could pay to run our helpline service for around 1 hour, helping us support adults worried about a child.