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  • WHAT THE NSPCC DO " Child Abuse Must Stop FULL STOP !". By Chloe McLaren.
  • About the NSPCC.
    • It changed its name to The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) in 1889.
            • Today, the NSPCC looks very different, but its purpose remains the same: to end cruelty to children.
    • Its aim then was to protect children from cruelty, support vulnerable families, campaign for changes to the law and raise awareness about abuse.
  • SEXUAL ABUSE CAMPAIGN
    • Last year 8,637 called Childline to talk about sexual abuse.
    • The Name Of The Programme is Called The NSPCC EduCare child protection awareness programme .
    • It contains facts about child sexual abuse and those who may pose a sexual threat to children.
    • It also includes what constitutes sexual abuse, examine why sexual abuse occurs, who abuses, and some of the methods abusers typically adopt.
  • The NSPCC is convening a group of child experts to advise TV production companies on how to look after the safety and wellbeing of infants and children in parenting programmes. Recent programmes have shown the promotion of limited cuddling, infants left to cry alone for long periods, babies being subjected to strict, inflexible routines regardless of their distress. The NSPCC says that current guidance does not go far enough.
  • THE LADY GOLFERS CAMPAIGN Just by playing a round of golf with a friend, you'll be raising vital funds for the NSPCC and will be entering a fabulous competition that will include:• Every player taking part being entered into a draw to win a weekend in the beautiful Algarve• The winning pair from each participating golf club qualifying for the Regional Finals, held at stunning locations across the UK Method 1 : NSPCC Use High Profile Campaigns Involving Members Of The Public.
  • The Big Bike Ride Campaign Whether you're up for organising your own bike ride event or you'd like to join one of our bike rides, the choice is yours, and we have all the resources to help you do this. Don't forget you can organise any type of ride you like, whether it's around the park, at the gym or on a motorbike, it's all part of the BIG BIKE RIDE Method 2 : Fundraising involving members of the public.
  • Method 3 : Use a Website ! This is an example of the NSPCC home page
  • Be the FULL STOP Join thousands of people who believe they can help end cruelty to children. It takes less than 5 minutes. . Donate Charity donations of £2 a month help the NSPCC continue to run our 24-hour child protection helpline . Fundraise Lots of fundraising ideas, tips, activities and fun ways to get involved or take part in our fundraising events Work No matter what your experience or background, a career at the NSPCC is as challenging and rewarding as any you could possibly find. The NSPCC Want You To:
  • So ... The NSPCC Aims To ;
    • Change Public Attitudes.
    • Raise The Funds.
    • Change the law
    • Support children and families
  • By Chloe Mclaren The End