When a child is free from abuse, they’re free to dream again. With support from people like you the NSPCC help keep one million children safe from abuse and neglect – so they can look forward to a life of hope, and endless possibilities. Make a donation to keep more children like Alfie safe from abuse: http://bit.ly/1WUY0Ve or text ALFIE to 70007 to donate £3. Your donation can take a child anywhere. #EveryChildhood

Clothes Aid collects and recycle clothes, shoes, hats, belts, handbags and other apparel related accessories on the NSPCCs behalf throughout the UK. Since 2009, nearly £5,000,000 has been raised – that’s £50-100 for every tonne of clothes, shoes and textiles collected!

For 130 years, the NSPCC have been leading the fight to protect children of all ages across the UK. They offer free confidential support 24/7 to all children through Childline; NSPCC run a helpline for adults worried about a child; and NSPCC run over 40 centres across the UK that provide therapeutic, educational and specialist support to children rebuilding their lives.

NSPCC prevent abuse for future generations by running assemblies and workshops in primary schools so that children learn that abuse is never their fault, they should never suffer in silence and they have somewhere to turn if they are worried. NSPCC also work with families – getting them the right support early so that they can give their children the best start in life.

And the NSPCCs work doesn’t stop there, they also partner with organisations and companies, like ClothesAid, not only to raise money, but to improve the reach of NSPCC campaigns with parents and young people. The NSPCC speak up for children and lobby for change to transform society for the future.

£5 donation to the NSPCC could pay for a call to the NSPCC helpline, their trained experts can give you advice, help or support if your are worried about a child. Call 0808 800 5000 Email help@nspcc.org.uk or talk to the NSPCC online at nspcc.org.uk/help

Every donation raised for the NSPCC helps to keep more children safe.

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About the NSPCC

The NSPCC’s purpose is to end cruelty to children. Their vision is of a society where all children are loved, valued and able to fulfil their potential.
If you’re worried about a child, need advice or want to talk, don’t wait until you’re certain. Call 0808 800 5000.

The NSPCC believes that we all have a responsibility to take action to help end cruelty to children.NSPCC registered charity numbers 216401 and SC037717