Don’t Panic and Caviar team up to produce film for Childline

Between 2016 and 2017, there was 60,352 visits to the Childline web pages about issues surrounding ethnicity and culture, including racist bullying. Discrimination has increased significantly in the current political climate, often starting out as joking behaviour and later escalating to bullying. Childline has revealed the high level of discrimination alongside an empowering and thought provoking film, illustrating  the various  types of prejudice that young people experience. The film was created by Don’t Panic and produced by Caviar to demonstrate that young people are not alone in their experiences, and…

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GOOD Agency’s first fundraising campaign for the NSPCC inspires support for children suffering sexual abuse.

GOOD Agency has created its first new integrated fundraising campaign with major UK children’s charity NSPCC after being appointed as its lead fundraising agency. The Christmas campaign juxtaposes the joy and magic usually associated with Christmas with the experience of a child who is being sexually abused and suffering in silence. It launches with DRTV on 6th November and includes direct mail and digital display advertising. Catherine Cherry, Head of Fundraising said “1 in 20 children experience sexual abuse and 1 in 3 don’t tell someone about it. So, when…

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Grey London & M&S Paddington Ad Turned into a Book To Raise Money for the NSPCC

When Paddington arrived in London he was alone and afraid. But the Browns took care of him and made him realise people loved him for who he was; even though he wasn’t like anyone else he still felt at home.   The Childline service, provided by the NSPCC, helps thousands of children every day. Children who feel different; who feel that they don’t fit in.  Each with their own unique set of worries.  That’s why Paddington has brought one of his favourite charities –  Childline – together with Mark & Spencer,…

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Counter Terrorism Police launch first ever campaign aimed at children and teenagers

Counter Terrorism Police have launched their first ever safety campaign which they believe will teach 11-16 year olds how to react in the unlikely event they are caught in a gun or knife terror attack, including being told NOT to stop and use their phones until they are safely away from danger. Counter Terrorism Policing have enlisted the support of celebrities from entertainment and sport to launch their first-ever safety campaign aimed at children and teenagers. TV star Bear Grylls and England footballer Jamie Vardy are among the leading stars…

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NSPCC takes over First Utility website to raise funds to power Childline

The NSPCC has taken over the First Utility website for the month of August to encourage energy customers to do their bit to ensure children in need always have somewhere to go for help and advice. New and existing customers who switch to any of First Utility’s tariffs this month will generate a five pound donation from the energy company to the children’s charity. Five pounds is enough to cover the cost of a call to the NSPCC’s Childline service, with the gas and electricity supplier aiming to generate enough…

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