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Leave a gift in your Will

Become a guardian for future generations. It’s easy to leave a gift to the NSPCC in your Will - download our free Will writing information pack today.

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Will you consider leaving a gift in your Will?

Children will always need support and protection because abuse should never be part of childhood. They’ll need us to be here for them, no matter what the future holds.

After your family and friends are taken care of, a charity gift in your Will can help us:

  • work directly with children and families to support them with our services
  • operate helplines to report abuse and provide advice
  • campaign for children’s rights
  • carry out ground-breaking research and education schemes around the UK.

We’ve helped make 6.6 million children safer in the last 5 years. We can’t predict the future but with a gift in your Will, you can help us be here for children whenever they need us. 

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Become a NSPCC guardian by leaving a gift in your Will


% of our funding
comes from our supporters, helping us reach children across the UK.
Last year over
was raised by generous gifts in Wills for children
of our donations
are made up of charity gifts in Wills

"I chose to leave a gift to Childline in my Will because protecting children is a cause I feel passionately about. Having supported Childline for 20 years, and in the hope of being able to make more contributions in my lifetime, it seems fitting to continue doing so after I am gone."

Claire Enders, NSPCC guardian

Leave a safe future for a child, and join supporters like Claire

It’s simple to leave a charity gift in your Will, and free using one of our free Will Writing services. Get our free Will writing guide for step by step instructions to follow.

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Your charity gift will go towards:

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Preventing abuse

We’re here to support families when they need help. We worked directly with almost 4,700 children and families last year. Our research and services can help prevent abuse before it starts.

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Protecting children

Anyone can call our NSPCC helpline for help and advice, or to report abuse to the police or social services. We answered almost 85,000 contacts last year from people concerned about a child.


Transforming lives

Childline gives children a voice – and is always here to listen when they need help. We also advise the government and campaign for legal reforms to help keep children safe.