Harrods are supporting the NSPCC to help the fight against child abuse in the UK and Channel Islands

Harrods and the NSPCC are working closely to optimise fundraising events and encourage our employees to 'Give Back', sharing skills, their time and developing themselves through new volunteering achievements.

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Target: £25,000.00

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Our story

The NSPCC is leading the fight against child abuse in the UK and Channel Islands. They help children who have been abused to rebuild their lives, protect children at risk, and find the best ways of preventing child abuse from ever happening. In partnership, we believe there is an opportunity for Harrods and its employees to make a real impact on the lives of the families the NSPCC support. In 2015, the NSPCC became the official charity partner of Harrods with some amazing events including the Virgin London Marathon, the 5k 'Colour Run' series and the Royal Parks Half Marathon. As a valued corporate partner, Harrods employees have a chance to support these great causes and raise awareness for the NSPCC. Harrods employee participation will be encouraged through the Harrods Giving Back Programme which enables employees to take a day of their time each year to support charitable causes.

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Give as you Live Staff Launch

Launch of the new Fundraising Hub to all staff. On the day we will be going through how the hub works and help people to sign up.

What your donation will fund

  • £4 raised will cover the cost of a call to a ChildLine counsellor at the critical point a child needs to talk
  • £400 raised could pay for the ChildLine School Service to talk to one classroom of primary school children about abuse and where they can find help if they ever need it
  • £2800 raised will allow NSPCC to recruit, train and support one Schools Service volunteer for a year, reaching 720 children in London