Children still need us more than ever
The coronavirus is continuing to make life tough for children. Lockdown may be easing but life is far from normal. Some children are still struggling with anxiety and suicidal thoughts. Many are trapped in unsafe homes. That's why it's vital Childline is still here for children, to give them somewhere to turn. And our helpline for adults must continue to be here so anyone worried about a child can get help fast.
We're working tirelessly to answer hundreds of calls every day to help the children who need us most. But we can only be here with your help.
Please, will you give a gift now and make sure we can still be here for children?
“We’ve had a huge surge in calls from children struggling to cope and many are reaching out to us with suicidal thoughts. I desperately want to be here for children throughout this crisis.”
Around 90% of our income comes from those who generously choose to donate to us - people like you.
On average, we deliver 800 counselling sessions a day across 12 Childline bases.
£20 could help keep Childline and our helpline running.
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During 2018/19 we spent over £89 million 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.
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Your donation could go towards the NSPCC helpline, or it could help us fund services such as NSPCC's therapeutic services and Childline. Donations are distributed based on need.