NSPCC launches Partners in Business fundraising campaign

Posted: 8th January 2024

THE NSPCC aims to help children and young people, and to protect them from abuse and neglect. We want to help everyone gain the confidence to recognise when something is wrong and the knowledge to do something about it.

Of course, it’s an incredible challenge, and requires support. Because the charity relies on donations and fundraising, every single person can make a difference in the fight against abuse and neglect.

This year the NSPCC has launched a new initiative called Partners In Business, which calls on small and medium-sized businesses to play a part in helping children and young people. Partners In Business wants to hear from SMEs, entrepreneurs and microbusinesses who want to support the charity’s vital work through donations, one-off events or up to a year of fundraising. Many organisations have already signed up to Partners In Business, which offers support, guidance and inspiration for up to 12 months, while sharing information about NSPCC campaigns and services in the region.

The NSPCC’s work covers a variety of areas. Our practitioners directly support families in need, our Childline service offers guidance and help to young people whenever they need it. Our Helpline team is there to help and offer guidance to anyone concerned about children or young people, while the Schools Service team visit primary schools to share safeguarding messaging with children. None of this would be possible without funding, that’s why partnerships with businesses of all sizes are so important to ensuring we can continue to be there for children and fight to end abuse and neglect.

Every £50 raised could support parents and families for two hours, £500 could fund a Helpline practitioner to give 22 hours of support to adults concerned about a child’s wellbeing, £4,800 could recruit, train and support three new Childline volunteers. Becoming a Partner In Business means even the smallest businesses, from gardeners and florists to a ‘man with a van’ or a dog walker, can make a difference. By signing up to raise funds, with a one-off event or 12 months of challenges, you’ll help us bring a local focus to our national campaigns. Businesses receive fundraising advice and support from NSPCC experts, who make sure fundraising activities are fun and inclusive. Businesses get updates on the impact of the charity’s work and access to an online hub. Businesses who’ve signed up says they’re proud to work with the NSPCC and use their company’s position of respect to help drive positive change in society. Visit


Source: NSPCC launches Partners in Business fundraising campaign | Bradford Telegraph and Argus (

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