Sharing your story could help raise the profile of our work in the media, campaign for changes in the law or for fundraising. Wherever it's shared, we'll always make sure you're happy with how and where it's used. We share stories:
- on our website and social media channels
- in newspapers, magazines and other publications
- on radio and TV
- on websites,
- within postal mailings
- in talks.
Whatever your story, we'd love to hear from you
If you share your experience of fundraising for us or your motivations for supporting our work as a parent or professional, someone from our Events team will use your answers to help build your story. We'll get in touch via email or phone.
If you've fundraised for us and would like to share your story of how you were helped by the NSPCC, your experience of abuse or anything else relating to our work, please let us know when you fill in our form. Our Real Life Stories and Content team will be in touch. We'll send you an email and ask if you'd be happy to have a chat over the phone. We'll then meet with you to tell you more about what we do and some of the ways we could use your story. We'll always talk through your experience at a pace that suits you.
We know that sharing your story can be a big step. You'll be included every step of the way and we'll send you a copy to make sure you're happy with what we've written. At any time, if you change your mind and no longer wish to share your story, we'll withdraw what's been written. You can decide if you'd like for your story to be shared anonymously and if you'd like to have a say about how and where it's used.