"NSPCC has helped me to build the confidence to tell people about my worries and problems."
Malika, aged 10
Fundraise with Buddy
Children in primary schools have welcomed ‘Buddy’ the NSPCC school mascot into their school to hear how they can speak out and stay safe.
Being a charity, many schools choose to support our work for children by fundraising. We can build in all sorts of fundraising activities into the Speak out Stay safe programme, whether it’s completing an obstacle course in Buddy’s Work Out or solving tricky sums in Buddy’s Meaningful Maths. These activities are not only exciting for your pupils but will also mean we can help keep even more children safe.
Fundraising ideas for your school or class
Dress up as your hero day
Whether it’s a superhero or a hero from your favourite book, transform yourself and raise money for us.
Go green day
Have a fun dress down day and go NSPCC green! Or have a day of colour by wearing your brightest clothes, fluorescent face paint or boldest hat.
Wear your wackiest footwear, odd shoes, brightest socks and put your foot down, all to stop bullying.
Crazy hair and wacky wigs
Show your support by coming to school with crazy hair or wearing a wacky wig.
How to pay in your money
Make a donation on behalf of your school using a credit or debit card. Remember to give us your school details so we can thank you.
You can send a cheque or CAF voucher made payable to 'NSPCC registered charity'. Post to:
NSPCC Schools Service, Weston House, 42 Curtain Road, London EC2A 3NH
Remember, don't send cash in the post. And please include your school details and postcode so we can thank you.
Held a sponsored event?
We can claim Gift Aid on behalf of your sponsors. Please send any completed sponsor forms to:
NSPCC Schools Service, Weston House,
42 Curtain Road, London EC2A 3NH
How your fundraising makes a difference
Working with schools
Keeping children safe
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