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Our partners

Discover who we're working with in the fight for every childhood.

Our partnerships come in all shapes and sizes, from charity of the year and targeted campaigns to long-standing relationships with companies like Lidl, SPAR and Matalan. 

Spotlight on: Matalan

Over 250,000 children and families supported by 20 years of partnership between Matalan and the NSPCC.

People across the organisation have played their part:

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  • Tackling epic fundraising challenges including marathons, treks, and skydives.
  • Hosting hosted raffles and bake sales.
  • Selling Pantosaurus products and kidswear for childhood day.

Matalan’s founder John Hargreaves led an appeal to raise funds for a purpose-built therapy centre in Liverpool. The centre opened in 2007 and now houses the Liverpool Childline base and NSPCC services which have supported over 1,825 children and adults.

Our incredible partnership continues with colleagues working towards raising another £1 million to help keep children safe.

Our current partners

Bell and Company have been partners of NSPCC Northern Ireland since 2016 and have raised over £69,000. Blakemore Retail have raised 5 million and support our Speak out Stay safe service, Talk PANTS and Home or Out Alone campaigns.
Long-running Childline partner. Continuing partnerships through payroll giving. Calpol aims to increase understanding of our NSPCC Helpline service to parents and adults. Running CRM Campaigns in retailers from July-November each year.
Clarion Housing are supporting our brand new Building Connections service, helping children who are suffering from loneliness. As part of their support Clarion are pledging £100,000 a year for three years and will be getting involved with fundraising, volunteering as well as strategic work CV Library has already raised £50,000 and are continuing to support us by raising another £25,000 this year.
gohenry encourages donations from its banking app to help every child have a safe childhood.

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Over the past 15 years, HFD Group have donated more than £250,000 towards Childline in Glasgow.
Since 2012, Home Bargains have raised over £1.5 million supporting our work in Liverpool. HSBC UK employees chose NSPCC as one of their national charity partners until the end of 2023, supporting through volunteering and online/payroll giving.
For 3 decades, JCB have raised over £5 million to support therapeutic services in Staffordshire and north Wales. Jet2 and Jet2holidays have committed to donating £100,000 a year for 3 years, as one of the four charities they support.
KOMI.png KOMI have chosen us as their charity of the year 2024 and are specifically focusing on supporting our Children's Services Online. NSPCC and the LEGO Group have worked together to promote the LEGO Group’s Build & Talk online safety resources. These are fun activities to help parents and caregivers talk with their children about online safety through the joy of LEGO® play.

During our 7-year partnership, Lidl have raised over £9 million and changed the lives of millions of children. Since 2022, Lidl have been supporting the NSPCC's Childline service and are currently committed to raising £5million in three years to support young people with their mental health.
Lidl Northern Ireland have partnered with NSPCC since 2017 and have pledged to raise £1.1 million during our partnership to help keep children safe across Northern Ireland.
Lindt have raised an amazing £700,000 over 7 years, supporting us at Christmas and through brilliant staff fundraising activities throughout the year. Loro Piana are supporting the NSPCC through employee fundraising activities and a CRM partnership.
Matalan have partnered with us since 2004 raising over £11.5 million to support children and families. Their support engages customers and colleagues across the business in fundraising. Micro Scooter is our Letter from Santa amplification partner.
Morningstar, have paired with the NSPCC and employees are fundraising, volunteering and running pro bono projects. NatWest Group's staff and customers donate via payroll and rewards giving, #GivingTuesday initiatives and employee fundraising.
OC&C Strategy Consultants deliver strategic pro bono projects, and their staff also volunteer and fundraise for us. Omaze is a professional fundraising company which partners with charities like us to raise money by offering people the chance to win life-changing prizes, with each campaign centred around a multi-million pound house.
We're working with the Premier League to empower and support young people. Redrow are supporting us in a number of ways, including through organising volunteering days, providing funding for Childline, and promoting Childline volunteer opportunities across the business.
Resource Solutions have sponsored our Trailblazers event since 2020 and is committed to support Childline through employee fundraising and advocacy. We are partnered with Sky through their Sky Cares corporate responsibility and community engagement programme, as one of five charities they support.
Take Me started to support NSPCC for the Letter from Santa campaign in 2023, promoting the campaign across their multiple channels online. Toby Carvery are fundraising and bringing families together by hosting a range of events in their restaurants to help us keep children safe.
Vodafone have provided support and guidance to help families navigate the online world since early 2023. Woodmansterne Publications have raised over £300,000 for Childline through Christmas card sales.
YPO have been supporting us since 2022, and have so far raised over £100k.