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Give a voice to children when no one is listening. Become a campaigner and help us demand that all children are worth fighting for.

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Abuse can affect a child's whole life. But in just 2 minutes,
you can help change this.

We can work together to make sure every childhood is free from abuse. From national campaigns to supporting children in your local area, join over 30,000 campaigners across the UK and help give a voice to children.

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Our current campaigns

Fight for a Fair Start

Up to 1 in 5 mums in the UK experience mental health problems during pregnancy and after giving birth. Demand mental health support for every mum, so that every baby and every family gets a fair start.
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Close the Loophole

Help us #CloseTheLoophole in the law so it’s illegal for all adults to engage in sexual activity with any young person under 18 in their care.
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Wild West Web

Thanks to you, we’re one step closer to keeping children safer online and ending the #WildWestWeb.

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What we've achieved with your support

Flaw in the law

Thanks to you, police can now protect thousands of children across the UK from online grooming.

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We've made it our mission to teach parents and children the PANTS rule. With your help we're teaching children how to stay safe from abuse.

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Order in court

We're campaigning for vital changes to make our justice system fair, age appropriate, and fit for children. Read the latest updates and find out what you've helped us achieve so far.

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Birgit, NSPCC Campaigner

"As a society we have a duty to protect all children - if we have been unable to prevent the abuse in the first place then we absolutely must do everything we can to help them to deal with their pain, to rebuild their lives and to show - as a community - that we care about them."

John, NSPCC Campaigner

"It's time each of us accepted that we all have to take responsibility for the welfare of children in our society. It is everybody’s business to make sure children are safe and given the right support."

Tina, NSPCC Campaigner

"It's time our country started to support our own vulnerable children. These children are our future - workforce, doctors, nurses ... It is our job to nurture them to have confidence in themselves."

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Why we need you to join the fight

Effects of child abuse

Abuse can derail a child’s development. But together, we can change that.
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Children's stories

Children who've faced abuse, neglect and other incredibly difficult experiences speak about how they got support and found hope for the future.
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Make a donation

On average, a child contacts Childline every 25 seconds. Donate now and help protect children today and prevent abuse from happening tomorrow.

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What we stand for

We’re standing up for children, demanding that laws change and action is taken to better protect them.
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