We're supporting Jersey families when they need us, to help make sure children are given the best chance in life.
Abuse can ruin childhoods and the effects can last a lifetime. That's why we need your support to continue our work.
We offer several services from the Gower Centre in St Helier aimed to prevent abuse from happening. And our new partnership with States of Jersey will deliver therapy to children who've suffered sexual abuse through our Letting the Future In service.
Make a donation today, and help us fight for every childhood in Jersey.
Make a donation
With your help, we can keep giving vital support to children and families in Jersey.
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You can make a deposit at any branch of NatWest Bank, using a reference of your name and 'NSPCC Jersey'.
Take our details below into your local NatWest Bank:
Account number: 48776513
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Our services in Jersey
Our award-winning services from the Gower Centre in St Helier are changing the lives of young people for the better.
Letting the Future In
With the support of the Association of Jersey Charities and the Channel Island Lottery, we’re helping children who have been sexually abused to move towards a positive, safer future.
Our programme helps parents cope with the pressures of having a baby and improves the lives of their child.
Speak out. Stay safe
We deliver this service to schools in Jersey, using appropriate methods to talk to primary school children about abuse.
Jersey Care Inquiry
Improving support for children after abuse
The Independent Jersey Care Inquiry was published on July 3 2017 following a major investigation into allegations of child abuse in Jersey's care system. Our representatives gave evidence alongside child protection experts and more than 450 people who lived in the care system or were connected to it from 1945 to the present.
The final report identified significant failings in the care system and found children may still be at risk in Jersey. It made recommendations to improve the management and operation of Jersey's residential and foster homes, including the introduction of a Children’s Commissioner.
A huge number of people experienced abuse during this time, and they deserve to see clear change so the failings of the past cannot happen again.
How we’re protecting children in Jersey
We’re calling for all recommendations from the inquiry to be acted on swiftly and effectively. And we’ll continue to work closely with the States of Jersey and other partners to ensure children are no longer at risk.
It’s vital to put measures in place to improve support for children who’ve suffered abuse. That’s why our services like Letting the Future In focus on helping children and families who’ve experienced abuse to rebuild their lives.