The NSPCC want to work with Topps Tiles, Parkside and Strata, to help give every child the future they deserve.
Childline is the NSPCC’s frontline service to help children with whatever issues they might be facing and is a lifeline for children who are suffering in silence.
The service is there 24/7, 365 days a year and is the UK’s only dedicated counselling service that’s available to children online, on the phone, anytime. Talking to Childline can be the first step towards getting a child’s life back on track.
On average, a child will contact Childline every 25 seconds, each one pinning all their hopes on the counsellor at the other end to hear them, and help them take the first steps towards making a better future.
Right now, we can only answer 2 in 3 calls for help from children. Our partnership would give urgent support to children with nowhere else to turn.
Five reasons you should vote for the NSPCC
1. Help save a child’s life.
2. Prevent children’s experiences from affecting the rest of their lives.
3. Help us reach the children who need us now.
4. We’ll take you on a fun and inspiring journey.
5. Be the reason children send us messages like this:
“I wanted to post this in celebration of what Childline have done for me…. I literally went from no hope to achieving anything I put my mind to. I wanted to share this so anyone reading this, can see that there is hope and that you can succeed, no matter how bad your situation is right now, it can change with a little support.”
Vote NSPCC and you’ll be the reason that:
Every 15 minutes, of every day, over the next five years a child with nowhere else to turn has vital support. Please vote NSPCC.
You can help give children and young people a voice when no one else is listening.
Childline is our service for children and young people - we're here for them 365 days a year. We supported children with over 200,000 Childline counselling sessions last year.
"I felt guilty because the bullies had chosen me"
James was bullied for six years when he moved to a new school. Speaking to Childline gave him the support he needed to rebuild his confidence and ask his family for help.