Put your energy into a good cause

By switching your energy supply to First Utility, you'll be helping us make the future brighter for children across the UK.

Make the switch

Support our work by switching your energy supply to First Utility 

Just by making the switch, First Utility will donate £48 to the NSPCC on your behalf.

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First Utility are putting their energy into raising £250,000 to help us support children and families across the UK.

For every customer that switches to First Utility directly via the NSPCC1 they'll donate £2 a month for 2 years, regardless of which tariff you switch to. That's up to £48 for every household. This means a donation of £48 for every household.

£48 could pay for 9 adults worried about a child to contact our free 24-hour helpline for advice from an experienced child protection professional.

So, by making the switch, we're powering brighter childhoods.

It's easy to switch

Latest figures from First Utility show that people who switch to them from another supplier save an average of £2842 per year.

Get in touch today to find out how much you could save – and remember, no matter which tariff you choose to switch to, First Utility will donate £48 to the NSPCC for the first 2 years that you're with them.

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How you'll make a difference


Could buy 5 packs of crayons, to help a child express their feelings when they're unable to find the words. Often, we can see the change from the first drawing to the last - when a child starts drawing rainbows and flowers, we know we've made a difference.


Could answer 5 phone calls to Childline to make sure we're there to listen to children who desperately need our help.


Could pay for a practitioner to deliver 4 hours with a parent or carer through our Baby Steps programme, which supports vulnerable parents cope with the pressures of having a baby.

Other ways to support us

Donate clothes, inkjet cartridges & more

Donating your old inkjet cartridges, clothes, cars and unwanted items is an easy way to help children.
Donate and recycle

Donate in memory

Making a donation in memory of someone or setting up a Tribute Fund can be a positive way to celebrate the life of a loved one.
Make a donation in memory

Other ways to give

From playing the NSPCC Lottery to switching your energy supply, there are lots of ways to donate to the NSPCC.
More ways to give


  1. 1.)Throughout May First Utility will donate to NSPCC (Registered Charity Numbers 216401 & SC037717) for every switch that comes directly through the first-utility.com website. This does not apply to any customers visiting the site through third party links or switching/comparison sites. They will donate £1 per month for each supply (£1 for electricity and £1 for gas) to NSPCC until May 2017.

  2. 2.)Customers who registered at first-utility.com to one of their 1, 2, or 3 year fixed term and everyday tariffs between 1st April 2015 and 30th June 2015 saved an average of £284 per year.