Step up and help us be here for children
Join The Big Climb on Saturday 6 June and help us be here for children at risk of abuse. Whether you take on a serious challenge or step to have fun, you, and your friends and family will be raising vital funds for children. How you take on The Big Climb is up to you – why not try one of these ideas?
- Height challenge: climb as high as you choose. Why not pick a landmark like Big Ben at 632 steps, the Empire State Building at 1,860, or take on Mount Everest's whopping 58,070 steps?
- Time challenge: climb as far as you can during a period of time. You could even challenge friends to do the same.
- Dress up in full climbing gear, raid the fancy dress box, or wear all green to champion #TeamNSPCC as you complete your challenge!
It's easy to take part
1. Donate £10
Donate £10 to sign up and start fundraising for more! Let people know and encourage them to donate or join you on the challenge. Every pound raised will help us still be here for children.
2. Plan your climb
Climb the Eiffel Tower (1,710 steps), take on a timed climb challenge, with a virtual team or with family. Whether you climb indoors or outdoors, make sure you know the height of your step so you can track the total height you climb.
3. Stay safe
Climb your stairs, or race up the steps in the park. Make sure you stay safe and if outside, 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.
“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
Run, walk or jog 30k in 30 days and help us raise vital funds for Childline so we can be 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?
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