Support NSPCC Childhood Day with ParentPay

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Get involved this Childhood Day

Save the date: Friday 9 June

ParentPay are once again supporting the NSPCC’s Childhood Day, by providing schools with the ability to collect donations

This Childhood Day, even the littlest legs are going the extra mile.

On Friday 9 June, get together and join the Childhood Day Mile. Have fun, get active and raise money to help keep children safe.

Get parading around the playground, dancing in the dinner hall or lunging between lessons. However you move your mile, every pound you raise will help support the NSPCC’s vital work.

Free to register, Pupils can bring in a donation, or be sponsored by friends and family to take part.

Once you register you’ll receive your free welcome pack including a Childhood Day Mile spinner and access to the resources page with lots of useful assets to help you plan you day.

Get involved this Childhood Day


Have you registered for you free welcome pack and Childhood Day Mile spinner?

Taking part is quick and easy. Everything you need is on the Childhood Day Mile resources page.

Make sure to register your school to receive a free welcome pack, spinner and access to the resources page.

Sign up now

Frequently Asked Questions

How to get involved with Childhood Day

To use ParentPay to fundraise for Childhood Day, all you need to do is:

  1. Register with the NSPCC to support Childhood Day*
  2. Fill out our form to sign up, our support team will then assign the NSPCC bank details to your account for fundraising
  3. Follow our guidance to set up a payment item for The Childhood Day Mile
  4. Let parents and carers know that you’re fundraising

*Once you register you’ll receive a free welcome pack including a Childhood Day Mile spinner, plus access to the resources page.

What donations methods can I use?

There are multiple ways you can accept donations for the NSPCC. Get in contact with our support team to find out how best to utilise ParentPay to collect donations.

How does the NSPCC receive my school's donations?

Any donations made through payment items that have the NSPCC bank details attached to them would be settled directly to the NSPCC.

How do I know how much my school has raised for Childhood Day?

This is really easy. Our reporting function means you can easily export donations details, including the total amount, from your ParentPay dashboard.

Using the payment report

Do ParentPay charge for donations to the NSPCC?

The standard ParentPay Payment Service Fee applies.


How to take part

  1. Sign up to register your school to take part!
  2. Plan your Childhood Day Mile using the resources supplied.
  3. Enjoy moving your mile on Friday 9 June and raise money via donations or sponsorship to help keep children safe.

Visit the Childhood Day Mile resources page to help you plan your day.

Find out more

Childhood Day is an initiative of the NSPCC, registered charity number in England and Wales 216401. Scotland SC037717