NSPCC pin badge Childhood Day

Support us on Childhood Day

Show your support for us in Northern Ireland on Childhood Day on 1 June by getting and wearing an NSPCC pin badge.

Get your badge and support us on Childhood Day

Everything we do to keep children safe starts with a conversation. From Childline and the NSPCC helpline to our Speak out Stay safe school visits, our work helps give a voice to children who may otherwise be too scared to speak out.

You can show your support for us in Northern Ireland on Childhood Day on 1 June by getting and wearing an NSPCC pin badge.

Together, we can encourage conversations that could change a child’s life.

Where to get your badge

NSPCC pin badge

You can get your badge from selected stores around Northern Ireland including:

  • Lidl
  • Matalan
  • W5
  • Haldane Fisher
  • Abbey Centre
  • other smaller retailers

You can also get your badge from our Childhood Day volunteers who will be collecting donations in Belfast city centre on 1 June.

How we're giving children a voice in Northern Ireland

We can't start life-changing conversations and fight for every childhood without your support.

In Northern Ireland during 2016/17 we:

  • visited 346 schools, where our volunteers and staff delivered Speak out Stay safe to 60,521 children about their right to be able to speak out if they’re ever worried
  • supported our Childline volunteers to deliver 5,230 counselling sessions to children
  • made 563 referrals through our helpline to local agencies, such as the police and children's services 
  • worked directly with 657 children and families at our service centres, delivering services like Letting the Future In, which supports children to recover from sexual abuse.
NSPCC pin badge supporter

"I’m taking part in Childhood Day to give children a voice in Northern Ireland and all around the UK."

NSPCC pin badge supporter

"I’m hosting a bake sale at work on Childhood Day – so together we can keep children safe."

NSPCC pin badge supporter

"I will be wearing my badge with pride to show my support for the NSPCC."

 Childhood Day fundraising ideas

Illustration of bunting

If you want to do more to celebrate Childhood Day, how about some childhood-themed fundraising?

  • organise a 'guess the baby photo’ competition with workmates 
  • donate to go to work dressed as your childhood hero 
  • hold a bake sale or tuck shop with childhood favourites like jelly and penny sweets
  • host a sports day with three-legged and sack races

Do your own fundraising

There are lots of easy, fun ways you can raise money and we have plenty of ideas to help make your fundraising a success.

Find out more

Other ways to support us

Make a donation on Childhood Day

Support our work and help give children a voice.

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