Your vote could keep 300,000 children safe

You can help us protect a generation of children from abuse. Visit the KPMG Portal to vote for us as your National Charity Partner.

Help children speak out and stay safe.

On average 2 children in every classroom are suffering abuse or neglect. But the right support at the right time means abuse won’t shape their future.

Currently we can only reach two thirds of UK primary school children. A partnership with KPMG will begin to help us reach every child.

By voting for the NSPCC, you'll help us speak to 300,000 children in primary schools across the UK and help them to Speak out and Stay safe from abuse. 

With KPMG's help, our specially trained staff and volunteers will aim to visit 5-11 year olds in their schools and help them to:

    • recognise the signs of abuse
    • protect themselves from all forms of abuse
    • get help and know who they can turn to.

"I didn't realise my life wasn't normal, I thought it was ok to be sad. I now know that I have people I can talk to"
Child helped by NSPCC Schools Service

5 reasons to vote

1. Stop abuse before it starts.
Our Schools Service intervenes early to prevent abuse and stop it limiting a child’s future.

2. Change lives in local communities.
You’ll equip children, schools and volunteers within walking distance of your offices.

3. Make a local and national impact.
We will engage every KPMG office and champions – from Aberdeen to Plymouth.

4. Create unforgettable fundraising experiences.
Guaranteed marathon places, KPMG for Kids cycle relay, Battle of the Bakes and much more.

5. Transform futures through volunteering.
KPMG’s skills could help children through employability workshops, solving strategic challenges, and volunteering in primary schools.

Vote for us

Help us give children the knowledge and understanding they need to stay safe from abuse.

Work at KPMG?

If you work for KPMG please vote for the NSPCC via the KPMG intranet.

Know someone who does?

If you know someone who works for KPMG please ask them to vote to protect children. You can promote this to your networks, through Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

Voting is open between Monday 19 March - Friday 6 April.