Your vote can build a better future

Together we can help children who’ve been abused to rebuild their lives

Build a child's house. Rebuild children's future.

In London, 93% of children who've been sexually abused get no help. Your support will build the UK's first ever Child's House, and give the children of North London a safe haven.

The UK's first Child's House is a ground-breaking service which provides guaranteed and rapid access to therapy from dedicated experts, following sexual abuse all under one roof. 

3 reasons to vote NSPCC: 

    • you'll be at the heart of our work with children
      your talent and skills will help us build, develop and launch the UK’s first Child’s House.
    • we'll give you unforgettable fundraising experiences
      from treking to China, tackling the Gherkin challenge, taking part in NSPCC Ski or doing something uniquely Morgan Stanley.
    • leave a lasting legacy for children
      you'll create a step change in how the UK deals with child abuse and support the children who need it the most. 

We cannot achieve any of this without you. Follow the links via Morgan Stanley's Community Affairs.

Vote NSPCC.

How your vote can make a huge difference

Right now only 141 children receive the support they need. Child’s House could give support and therapy to 1,000 children known to local authorities in London. 

Child’s House will reduce the waiting time for children to give evidence and access therapy from 3 months to 2 days.

A Child's House will mean that children will only have to visit 1 place instead of 6 different agencies in order to get the support they need. 

Vote for us

Voting closes: 3 March 2017

Vote NSPCC Scotland via Community Affairs. 

"There is nothing better than seeing a child walk away after their last session; beaming, confident – a whole person."
Caroline / NSPCC Child Play Therapist

Find out more

Child's House to help children who've been sexually abused

David Schwimmer has voiced his support for NSPCC's Child's House to help children who have been abused access all the essential services they need
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About us

What we do, who we are and how we're fighting for every childhood
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Childline

Our Childline service offers help and support to thousands of children and young people whenever they need us. 
Read about Childline

Sexual abuse

A child is sexually abused when they are forced or persuaded to take part in sexual activities. This doesn't have to be physical contact, and it can happen online.
Read more about sexual abuse

References

  1. Hodson , D. and Van Schaick, R. (2016), Review of provision of therapeutic services, estimates of prevalence and identification of gaps within the boroughs of Barnet, Camden, Enfield, Haringey and Islington. London NSPCC and Brandon Centre.