Number Day 2017

Join schools across the UK on the 3 February for a national fundraising maths bonanza.

 Making maths meaningful

We’re busy preparing for Number Day 2017 and will be in touch with schools with more details in the Summer term.  

If you have any queries, please email

Why your support counts

We receive more than 87% of our funding from generous supporters. Amazing  people in schools across the country who like you, believe in our work - believe that every childhood is worth fighting for.

"I always feel better about myself after I’ve talked to Childline. It’s like one big family where I can speak my mind knowing I won’t be judged."
A Childline caller

Childline is just one of the many NSPCC services that your fundraising could support. Can we count on you to help?

More about our work

Our performance and plans

Our new strategy outlines 5 goals for 5 years, to make 5 million children safer. With your support, we can change children's lives.
Our strategy for 2016-2021

Feedback from schools

"I chose to take part in NSPCC Number Day because it is such a worthwhile cause, especially as it's for children. The resources were excellent and ready-made. It was great to have the profile of maths raised for the day and the whole school involved in inter-school competitions whilst raising money for charity."
Sarah Imbush / Head of Maths

Other ways to support us

Fundraising ideas and support

We’re here to help you every step of the way.
Get help with your fundraising

Help children speak out and stay safe

We're protecting a generation of children against abuse, one primary school at a time. Play your part.
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Take part in an event

From marathons to gala dinners, there's an event you can do to raise money and help give children the childhood they deserve.
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