As more children return to school, we know the impact of the pandemic isn’t over.

When a child feels like they have no one to turn to, it’s vital that Childline is here for them.

We want to answer every child's call. Will you help us be here?


"I am feeling isolated and lonely. I lost my dad earlier this year and my mental health has got worse and worse. We were very close and I feel like I have bottled up my emotions.” 

Girl 14, who contacted Childline

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Illustration of piggy bank with 90% symbolAround 90% of our income is donated – we need your help to help keep children and young people safe.

Illustration of phone ringingOn average, Childline answers a call from a child or young person every 25 seconds.

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The NSPCC helpline has received some of its highest ever monthly numbers of contacts from adults concerned about domestic abuse.

There are lots of ways you can support our work if you aren't able to donate online.

Fundraising Regulator logoWe've agreed to stick to a strict set of codes and a fundraising promise, which means we treat our supporters and donors with respect, fairness and honesty and we are always clear about how we raise money.

Young boy with social worker in service centreIn 2019/20 we spent £86.8 million (79.7%) 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.

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If you have a question about donating or if you'd like to set up, amend or cancel a direct debit, our Supporter Care team is on hand to help.

Call us Monday – Friday 9.00am-5.00pm or complete our form below. Calls may be recorded for training purposes.

020 7825 2505

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Your donation could go towards our Childline service, or it could help us fund services like our helpline and therapeutic services. Donations are distributed based on need.