What do NSPCC Do?
Abuse ruins Childhood, but it can be prevented.
That’s why NSPCC has been established. That’s what drives all their work and that’s why – whilst there’s abuse – they are fighting for every childhood which has been impacted by abuse.
The past year has been difficult for all of us. And we’ve seen the lives of our children as well as ours change in ways we couldn’t have imagined. But it’s also proven that we can have amazing achievements when we all join together – even if we have to keep our distance. Together, with your help, we can ensure that this is a much better year for all children. And everyone can play their part to prevent child abuse and neglect.
The pandemic has created uncertainty and worry for many children, resulting in taking a toll on their mental wellbeing and often creating feelings of being trapped in homes which are unsafe – out of sight and cut off from their usual support networks. Even now, after children have been back in school, we know the impact of the pandemic isn’t over – with worries about catching up and getting back to ‘normal’ – and we must be prepared and ready to support them. NSPCC Does Just that.
This October, they are celebrating Childline’s 35th birthday. In Childline's 35th year, fundraising now is really difficult due to the ongoing effects of the Covid-19 pandemic. A lot of events are cancelled but by you casting a vote for them, your generosity would help keep this service going throughout Christmas and into the following year.
They remain almost 90% funded by the generosity of donors like you, however they are still seeing a significant fall in their income. In this situation, they are seeking extra support for their work which is so desperately needed by children locally to you and across the UK.
They want to be prepared to answer every call, reach every child who needs them, and keep adapting to whatever challenges this year will throw at the world having a direct impact on the organisation and children. They gain their inspiration constantly by the courage and resilience of children and young people. You can play your part and help them be there for them.
So, join NSPCC today. Together, we’re here for children. To find out more about their work please visit their website or connect with them on Facebook.