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Abuse changes childhood. But, together, so can we. Together we can help children who’ve been abused to rebuild their lives and find the best ways of preventing child abuse from ever happening.

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Gifts left in wills are the NSPCC’s second biggest source of income. Because of these special gifts, our Childline service can give young people a voice when no one else will listen. We can visit schools across the country, teaching children how to recognise abuse and neglect and empowering them to speak out if they are worried about anything. And we can change the law to make sure our children are better protected.

For over 130 years we have helped bring about huge changes for children but we know that, in an ever-changing world, there are more challenges to come. There is no obligation to leave a gift in your will to the NSPCC through Bequeathed but, after remembering family and friends, please consider becoming a guardian for future generations through a gift in your will. Any gift, large or small, will help in the fight for every childhood.

Photography by Tom Hull. The children and adults pictured are models.


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