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Make a day unforgettable

Turn a meaningful day for you into an unforgettable one for children by funding Childline for a day.

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Childline delivers an average of 650 counselling sessions to children every day. Whatever problems they’re facing, we’re here to help.

Partnering with the Financial Times, we’re aiming to change the lives of thousands of children by funding 100 unforgettable days of Childline.

Can they count on your support?

Fund Childline for a day

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How Childline helps

Every day Childline is here, providing free and confidential support to children who have nowhere else to turn to.

"I cannot praise Childline enough: they saved my life so many times. If I hadn't had them to turn to then I would have maybe killed myself or gone down the wrong route in life."
Childline helped Sioned to feel like someone cared about her

Children contact us for help with anything from exam worries to sexual abuse. When they find the courage to reach out, our trained Childline counsellors are here for them.

Meet some of the people who’ve funded unforgettable days

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"One Unforgettable Day brings you closer to Childline, providing a real life experience of supporting children like no other. Those children who might be suicidal – can be saved. Childline can help a child recover, or better still, prevent abuse in the first place. I consider supporting it a ‘no brainer’. "
Alan Peterson OBE / Non-Executive Chairman of HSS Hire Group and Chairman of BBI Diagnostics Group

Alan's unforgettable days were 8 February 2018, 8 February 2019, 5 June 2020, and 5 June 2021.

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"Childline is a truly inspirational service which transforms the lives of hundreds of thousands of children every year. It gives them hope, encouragement and restores their confidence when they may have nowhere else to turn. Talking to a counsellor can be the first step that child takes to getting their life back on track."
Andy Briggs / CEO, Phoenix Group

Andy's unforgettable days were 26 June, 8 and 17 September 2018, 5 February 2019, and 5 February, 26 June, 8 and 17 September 2020.

Fund Childline for one unforgettable day

We are looking for individuals and companies alike to come together to fund Childline for 100 unforgettable days, so we can be there for the children who need us most. By funding Childline for a day, you can help us make sure that no child is left to cope alone.

It takes under a minute to fill out your details below and take a stand with us. Once you've submitted, our Partnerships team will contact you to explain how you can get involved.

If you'd prefer to speak to a member of our team to find out more then please call us on 020 3772 9615.

Please fill out your phone number and email address below.
Our team will be in contact once you've submitted the form to share more about 100 unforgettable days and how you can help.

If you're an existing NSPCC supporter, we will continue to contact you as before. If you wish to change the way that we contact you in the future please contact our Supporter Care team on 020 7825 2505 or email us at supportercare@nspcc.org.uk. We will never pass on your details to any other organisations to use for their own purposes and you can find out about how we use and look after your data at nspcc.org.uk/privacy-policy.

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Young boy with social worker in service centreIn 2018/19 we spent over £89 million (79.9%) on services and activities to make children and young people safer. This includes working with children and families, our helplines, schools service and child protection and awareness campaigns like PANTS. Read our Annual Report.