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Supporting the fight to keep children safe

Caritas has selected the NSPCC to be its 2018/19 Charity partner. We are proud to support the NSPCC in its mission to keep children safe across the UK.

The NSPCC is the UK’s leading children's charity, fighting to end child abuse by helping children who’ve been abused to rebuild their lives, protecting those at risk, and finding the best ways of preventing abuse from ever happening. They run innovative services both locally and across the UK that focus on protecting and supporting the most vulnerable children and families. One of these services, ChildLine, will be celebrating its 30th Anniversary in 2016.The NSPCC also campaigns tirelessly to fight for changes in the law that will ensure children are better protected.

Abuse not only destroys childhoods, it also prevents many children from going on to lead the kind of happy and fulfilling lives many of us take for granted. We hope you will join us in supporting the NSPCC so together we can all play a part in giving every child the opportunity to realise their full potential in later life.

Over the next 12 months, Caritas will be undertaking a variety of fundraising events in support of the NSPCC. From competing in local running events, to throwing ourselves out of a plane, we actively support the NSPCC, standing alongside them in their fight to keep children safe.