What you can do

The more people who join us, the more we can help children. Big or small, there’s something each of us can do to make things better for children.

Play your part to protect children
Whether it's making a phone call to report a concern, taking a safeguarding course, volunteering for Childline or taking part in an NSPCC event, we can all play a part in the fight for every childhood.

Donate now

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

Donate now

Do your own fundraising

Do your own fundraising for the NSPCC and every pound you raise will help protect children and prevent abuse. We'll help get you started with lots of great fundraising ideas.
Fundraise for us

Make a donation

When a child is free from abuse, they're free to dream again. Your donation can take a child anywhere.

Donate now

More ways you can keep children safe

Report abuse

Our helpline is here 24/7. So if you’re worried about a child, you can always talk to us.
Report abuse to our helpline

Volunteering for NSPCC and Childline

Join the fight for every childhood through one of our volunteering opportunities.
Volunteering for NSPCC and Childline

Get advice and support

Talk to our experts on 0808 800 5000 if you're worried about a child or need advice or information about child protection
Get advice and support

Visit the NSPCC Shop

Take a look at our range of gifts, greetings cards, accessories and gifts – all proceeds go towards our fight for every childhood.

Shop now

Give in celebration

Give your wedding and party guests something to remember and support us with our selection of charity gifts and favours.
Get help planning your celebration

Donate in your will

Become a guardian for the next generation. Here you’ll find everything you need to know about leaving a legacy gift to us in your will.
Leave a gift in your will

Work or volunteer with children and families?

Visit NSPCC Learning for information, resources and training to help you safeguard and protect children and young people across the UK.

Go to NSPCC Learning