Registration for the Big Climb 2020 have now closed. You can register your interest below to be the first to hear about any Big Climb future events.
Join #TeamNSPCC and help us be here for children
The Big Climb is our new climb challenge taking place this October. Whether you climb in the comfort of your own home, with friends in your local park or the stairwell at the office, your help will allow us to be here for children when they need us most. During this pandemic, we’ve talked to children who feel lonely, isolated and scared. No child should be left to cope alone. We’re still here, for every child.
By reaching your £100 target, you could cover the cost for one of our trained Childline counsellors to answer 25 calls.
Nicola climbed up the Empire State Building, a total of 1,860 steps, and raised £1000!
Rachel, Robin and Beatrice climbed 1,800 steps between them and raised £200!
Hannah and Kasper climbing the 1,860 to the top of the Empire State Building together raised £190!
How your fundraising makes a difference
This has been a difficult time for everyone, but many children have been experiencing abuse and neglect at home, increased risk online and further pressures on their mental health. It’s also had an effect on younger children, with an increase in children under 11 turning to our Childline service for help with mental health issues.
“I really want to get out of the house and be somewhere safe and happy. I’m scared that my parents will get angry and hurt me more if I tell someone.”*
*Girl who contacted Childline.
More ways to support us
Run, walk or jog 30k in 30 days and help us raise vital funds for Childline so we can be here for children.
Childline was a lifeline for children during lockdown. Now with new restrictions, children need somewhere to turn this Christmas. Please donate today to answer a child's call for help.
*This is a true story but photographs have been posed by a model.