Support NSPCC Childhood Day with ParentPay
Whether you’re already fundraising or would like to find out more, get in touch today!
The Big Breaktime is a chance for everyone to have a big and exciting hour-long break from the school day to focus on playing and having fun on Friday 10 June.
Whether you play ball games, board games or a huge game of rounders, the important thing is to take part. Down tools, connect, and have fun in whatever way suits you best!
Once you register you’ll receive a welcome letter and stickers in the post. You’ll also get a link to The Big Breaktime resources page with loads of useful things to help plan your day including posters, games and tons of activity ideas!
The NSPCC is the UK’s leading children’s charity, protecting children and preventing abuse.
Around 90 per cent of the NSPCC’s income comes from their supporters, including schools and parents. They simply couldn’t keep their vital services running without the support of people like you. Every pound you raise and donate will all add up to help children. The money you raise could help to fund Childline, a service that’s there 24/7, for any child or young person to turn to, whatever difficulty they’re facing.
To use ParentPay to fundraise for The Big Breaktime, all you need to do is:
*Once you register with the NSPCC you’ll receive a welcome letter and stickers in the post. You’ll also receive a link to The Big Breaktime resources page with loads of useful things to help plan your day including posters, games and tons of activity ideas!
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.
Any donations made through payment items that have the NSPCC bank details attached to them would be settled directly to the NSPCC.
This is really easy. Our reporting function means you can easily export donations details, including the total amount from your ParentPay dashboard.
The standard ParentPay Payment Service Fee applies.
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