Donate while you shop
Visit the NSPCC Shop
Take a look at our range of gifts, greetings cards, accessories and gifts – all proceeds go towards our fight for every childhood.
I Like Bees, I Don't Like Honey!
A new fun-filled picture book that encourages young readers to talk about their likes and dislikes. 50% of all royalties will go toward supporting our work.
Aliens Love Underpants
Get the anniversary edition of Aliens Love Underpants by Claire Freedman and Ben Cort and support our work. We'll receive 50p for every book sold!
We've partnered with Truprint to launch a new 'In the Night Garden' product range. For every purchase of canvas prints, cushions or blankets, Truprint will donate 25% to us.
The award-winning British jewellers have created a specially handmade collection of jewellery - perfect for Christmas or birthday presents. 10% of every purchase will go towards supporting our vital work.
Shop with our partners
Our corporate partners help us to raise money in many different ways - whether it's donating money when you buy a coffee or a gift card for your nearest and dearest. You can help us in so many ways.
Subscribe and stay safe
By downloading Azomee you’re helping us continue to support children and families across the UK – and keep more children safe online. 20p will be donated for every paid subscription – and up to £2 for an annual subscription.
Big Questions book
Over 100 real questions from children, answered by experts. A great gift for children and parents alike.
Donate and win
Whether you are hunting for a bargain, or looking to clear out your clutter, eBay is a great place to start and thanks to eBay for Charity, you can now raise money for the NSPCC at the same time.
As an eBay seller, you can choose to donate between 10 and 100 per cent of the final sale price to us to support our work with the UKs most vulnerable children.
If you’re an avid eBay shopper, check out what people are currently selling for the NSPCC and ChildLine.
Ways to make a donation
There are lots of ways you can donate to the NSPCC.
- Online - making your donation online is quick and secure.
- By phone - call our team on 020 7825 2505 to give by card or set up your regular donation.
- By post - use our Direct Debit postal form to set up your regular gift.
Amazon Alexa – you can make single donations using your Amazon Alexa. Open your Alexa app and enable the NSPCC skill. Be sure to set your skill permissions to allow Amazon Pay so you can donate. Then just say "Alexa, open NSPCC" on your Alexa app or Echo devices and make your donation. We recommend setting up a voice pin for added security.
Donate by giving shares to the NSPCC
When you donate shares, everyone benefits. Not only will the money you donate help us support children that need us, but it’s also the most tax-efficient ways you can give money, allowing you to claim Income and Capital Gains Tax relief.
If you are a higher rate taxpayer making gift of £10,000 worth of shares, you will receive income tax relief of 40 per cent of the full value, (i.e. £4,000). To donate your shares, you need to:
- give the shares to a registered charity
- claim the tax relief on your tax return
- have paid the amount of tax deducted by the end of the tax year in which the gift is given, (in other words, the gift cannot give rise to a tax credit).
Donating your shares with ShareGift
The easiest way to donate your shares is by using the charity ShareGift, a charitable organisation specialising in accepting small numbers of shares with low values.
They sell them on your behalf, passing on the money to us.
If you are interested in selling your shares:
Recycle your inkjet cartridges
Do you have empty inkjet cartridges that you could recycle? The Recycling Factory will make a donation for each eligible cartridge that you recycle for the NSPCC.
Disposing of your old ink cartridges this way is not only environmentally friendly, but also helps us to raise vital funds. Download a freepost label from the site and to check if your cartridge is eligible for recycling.
Interested in recycling in large volumes?