Our partners

Working together in the fight for every childhood. Find out how you and your organisation can play a part.

Together, we can make a difference for children

We have years of experience developing partnerships, and we work tirelessly to help all of our amazing partners play their part in the fight for every childhood.

We have a wealth of experience in managing successful partnerships and our amazing team has the skills, expertise and experience needed to develop tailor-made partnerships which are right for your company. 

We’ll work with you to motivate your employees, engage your customers and increase your brand awareness.

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

Watch our video to find out how Lidl UK has raised an incredible £1 million for our Speak out. Stay safe schools programme, and discover below how we’re partnering with companies across the UK.

Current partnerships

  • Addleshaw Goddard Leeds

    Addleshaw Goddard Leeds

    The Addleshaw Goddard Leeds office has partnered with NSPCC for an 18 months partnership which will raise £50k through employee fundraising.

  • Azoomee


    By downloading Azoomee you’re helping us continue to support children and families across the UK – and keep more children safe online. 20p will be donated for every paid subscription – and up to £2 for an annual subscription.

  • Banner


    Banner have been proud to supply business services to the NSPCC for several years. They were so inspired by what they’ve learned about our work in that time, that their staff have committed to support us by taking part in a variety of fundraising events during 2019.

  • Barclays


    Barclays has supported Childline since 2000. An initial donation of £2.3million ensured we could open Childline in Birmingham, while in the last 2 years, Barclays has worked with us to develop the Childline app.  

  • Blakemore Retail

    Blakemore Retail

    Since 2006, Blakemore Retail employees, customers and suppliers have raised £3.5million for Childline and our Speak out, Stay safe. services. They are aiming to reach £4million in 2020.

  • BT


    For the last 30 years, BT has been there for Childline, helping to set up the service, providing our memorable telephone number and raising over £11 million to date. 

  • Card Factory

    Card Factory

    Employees of the greeting card chain, which has over 800 stores across the UK, selected the NSPCC as one of the causes to benefit from carrier bag sales. It’s donated over £314,000, which is a share of the amount raised since the 5p charge was made compulsory.

  • First Utility

    First Utility

    First Utility has raised over £240,000 since 2013. It’s supported us through NSPCC Tariff Takeovers and the fantastic work of colleagues. 

  • goHenry


    goHenry is encouraging children and adults to donate pennies from its banking app to help ensure all children have a safe and secure childhood.  

  • Griffiths & Armour

    Griffiths & Armour

    Griffiths & Armour has chosen the NSPCC as its National Charity of the Year until December 2019. The company will support the NSPCC through a range of fundraising activities, including the London Marathon, client golf day and a range of employee activities, as well as attending NSPCC events such as the Great British Chefs Dinner.

  • Halfords


    Halfords is raising vital funds for the NSPCC across its stores, autocentres, Distribution Centre and Head Office. Through employee fundraising, the partnership will help to keep families safe from abuse.

  • Harrods


    We are partnering with Harrods for the next four years and will be raising £1.3 million to help give every child in London a voice. 

  • Hasbro


    Hasbro has been the proud sponsors of our Big Board Game Day campaign since its inception in 2015. With its support we’ve been able to make the campaign bigger and better!

  • HomeBargains


    Home Bargains has supported the NSPCC since 2012. To date it’s donated over £270,000 through the sale of Christmas cards and sponsorship of our Liverpool Carols by Candlelight Christmas event. In 2018, the company has committed to raise £200,000 through the sale of cards, teddies, Christmas onesies and hot water bottles.

  • Homebase


    Homebase team members all over the UK are fundraising to help keep children safe. From bake sales to cycling competitions and from Wick in Scotland to Bodmin in Cornwall, it’s all about fun, children and supporting the local community.

  • JCB


    Over the last 30 years, JCB’s founding family, the Bamfords, and JCB employees have raised over £5 million. They specifically support the therapeutic services for children and families in Staffordshire at the NSPCC Carole House service centre.

  • Jo Malone London

    Jo Malone London

    Jo Malone London is proudly supporting the NSPCC to provide the right support at the right time to parents and carers living with mental health problems. Together, we’re helping families to connect, grow and thrive.



    We’re partnering with KPMG UK for 2.5 years. KPMG is committed to improving access to lifelong learning and social mobility across all of our services. Its generous support will help us reach 300,000 children, helping to keep them safe and prevent abuse.

  • Lidl UK

    Lidl UK

    Lidl UK is raising vital funds for our Speak out. Stay Safe programme. Its generous support is enabling us to reach over 1 million primary school children over the next 3 years and empower them with the knowledge they need to stay safe from abuse.

  • Lindt


    In support of our Letter From Santa campaign, Lindt is pledging to raise £100,000 for the NSPCC. 

  • Matalan


    Matalan has raised over £10 million to fund our face-to-face work, Childline, the NSPCC helpline and the Speak out. Stay safe programme. 

  • Morgan Stanley

    Morgan Stanley

    Morgan Stanley is raising money to help fund the UK’s first ever Child House. Children in London who’ve been abused will be able to access a complete range of support services from dedicated experts, all under one roof.

  • O2


    We’ve joined forces with O2 to provide parents with the skills and tools to help keep their children safe online. 

  • People's Postcode Lottery

    People's Postcode Lottery

    We are a beneficiary of People’s Postcode Lottery, with its players raising over £1m for Childline. This year, the support from players will fund Childline for the entire month of March. 

    A list of charities who fundraise with People's Postcode Lottery is available here. Of every £1 spent on lottery tickets, a minimum of 32p goes directly to these charities, 40p is used for prizes and 28p paid to People’s Postcode Lottery to cover expenses in running the lotteries. They expect to raise over £125m for charity in 2019 and estimate the costs of marketing and running People's Postcode Lottery to be £109m.

    The NSPCC is regulated by the Gambling Commission under licence 4781.

  • RBH Management

    RBH Management

    RBH Management is raising money for the NSPCC through employee fundraising, with staff taking part in challenges, and organising events, including balls and fetes.

  • Rontec


    Rontec’s partnership with us began in December 2018. The company is asking its card paying customers if they’d like to donate 25p via the digital charity box Pennies. It’s aiming to raise £100k for NSPCC and Childline over a four-month period.

  • QHotels


    Through online bookings and fundraising events, QHotels is hoping to raise £300,000 over the next 3 years. You can also make a donation to us with every online booking!

  • Rowlands Pharmacy

    Rowlands Pharmacy

    Since 2006, Rowlands Pharmacy employees, customers and suppliers have raised over £600,000 for our neglect services, through in-store fundraising, charity balls and the legendary ‘Rowlands Runners’ London Marathon team.

  • Salesforce


    Salesforce has raised over £130,000 for the NSPCC over 5 years. It has an amazing, dedicated team who run the London Marathon every year. 

  • ScottishPower Foundation

    ScottishPower Foundation

    The Scottish Power Foundation has donated £35,000 to pilot the Young Families project, an early intervention programme which supports vulnerable families in Glasgow. Staff have also supported NSPCC Scotland through volunteering for Childline and attending local events.

  • Woodmansterne


    Woodmansterne Publications has supported Childline since 2007, through the sale of Christmas cards featuring designs from artists, including Quentin Blake. To date, over £300,000 has been raised. 


“The work that the NSPCC carries out is invaluable and it’s amazing to see how the £10 million raised by Matalan since 2004 has been utilised. We’re truly privileged to be the longest standing retail partner of the charity.”


"This wasn't about us trying to go out and support a charity, it was about us saying this is what we believe is missing and needs to be done to help parents and children. It was the right partnership for us."

Credit Suisse, Charity of the year

"It's been refreshing to work with the NSPCC, there are so many ways that we can help raise funds, trying new sports and participating in events that have been such great fun."

Protecting children together

National Crime Agency

The NCA and Foreign Commonwealth Office jointly funded our Child Trafficking Advice Centre to reduce trafficking of children to the UK from Africa.

Sport England

Child Protection in Sport Unit (CPSU) partner

Sport Northern Ireland

Child Protection in Sport Unit (CPSU) partner

Sport Wales

Child Protection in Sport Unit (CPSU) partner