As a volunteer for the NSPCC or Childline, you'll gain valuable skills and experience and be part of a team making a real difference to children and families who need us.
From volunteering as a Childline counsellor to helping children understand how to speak out and stay safe, to helping at an event, there are lots of ways you can get involved.
See how you can help fight for every childhood.
Volunteer with children
Volunteer to keep school children safe
Join our schools service team as a volunteer to help protect children from abuse and give them the confidence to seek help if they ever need it.
Volunteer for Childline
Childline has been a place for children to turn for 30 years. But right now we can only respond to 1 out of every 3 children who need our help. Help us be there for more children in one of our volunteer roles.
Volunteer for Young Witness Service
Young Witness Service volunteers provide support and information to children and young people who may have to give evidence in criminal trials. You could be there to offer the support they need.
Volunteer at events
Volunteer in your local community
Join our amazing fundraising volunteers and small businesses up and down the country to help us fight for every childhood.
Volunteer at an event
Give your time at one of our events, whether it's manning a cheer point at a marathon or taking photos of Team NSPCC in action.
Volunteer at our offices
Volunteer in a leadership or office role
Gain experience to boost your CV, or donate your skills and experience by volunteering in a leadership role in one of our offices.
Volunteer or work with children and families?
Visit NSPCC Learning for information, resources and training to help you respond to child abuse and neglect and protect children and young people across the UK.