Stay active in lockdown with our Run30 challenge and help raise vital funds for our Childline service so we can be here for children.
Whether you do 1k a day, break it into bigger chunks, or take on the full 30k in one go, you’ll be making a huge difference to children.
Register your interest today and spread the word to friends and family! Why not get a virtual team together to raise even more? Or ask friends and family to make a donation.
Register your interest
We'll be in touch on 3 June with details on how to sign-up.
It's easy to take part
1. Donate £30
Donate £30 to sign up and get started on your Run30 challenge! Your donation will support Childline and help us be there for children.
2. Spread the word
Tell your friends and family you've signed up to Run30 and ask them to make a donation or take part with you virtually!
3. Run and keep safe
Run, jog or walk 30k in 30 days! Make sure you stay 2 metres apart from people and follow government guidelines.
How your fundraising makes a difference
We’ve seen a surge in calls from children worried about the coronavirus – feeling anxious, scared, even trapped. Sadly, home isn’t a safe place for every child, but Childline can be their lifeline. We’ve had to adapt quickly to keep our service running, and make sure we’re still here for children. Will you help us be here tomorrow, and the next day?
“I really want to get out of the house and be somewhere safe and happy. I’m scared that my parents will get angry and hurt me more if I tell someone.”*
*Girl who contacted Childline.
More ways to support us
Take the 2.6 challenge
Take on The 2.6 Challenge for #TeamNSPCC to help make sure we’re still here for children.
With schools closed and when home isn't a safe place for every child, many children have nowhere to turn for help. We’re still here for children. Will you be there too?
This is a true story but photographs have been posed by a model.