Contact the NSPCC on their freephone number 0808 800 5000 for reporting cruelty or neglect, whether you are in Scotland or elsewhere in the UK so that a charity representative can investigate your concerns.
About the Charity
NSPCC stands for the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, and is a charity that campaigns to aid child protection services throughout the United Kingdom. The charity encourages people to get in touch if they suspect a child to be in danger, at school or their home, or when speaking to a suspicious individual online. However, the NSPCC may be best known for its Childline service, a freephone helpline number where children can receive confidential support regarding any problem they are facing.
Report a Child in Danger – 0808 800 5000
Phone the NSPCC on their freephone emergency contact number 0808 800 5000 to report child neglect or a young person in danger, regardless of whether you are in Scotland or elsewhere in the UK. You should get in touch if you are worried about a child you know, or work with children as part of your job so that the investigation process can begin. Furthermore, a charity representative can detail the different types of child abuse, how to look out for the safety of a young person, or provide information on the child protection system. The NSPCC advisor can also outline the referral and investigation process for child protection before detailing the subsequent care proceeding available in Scotland.
Supporter Care team – 020 7825 2505
You should contact the NSPCC on telephone number of their supporter care department 020 7825 2505 if you have any questions about making a donation to support the charity. For instance, you may be interested in making a one-off donation to support a particular cause or by signing-up to a monthly membership. Callers can also ask the NSPCC for fundraising ideas so that they can raise money during a sponsored event such as a run or bake sale. Alternatively, if you would like to change the terms of your existing donation plan then a NSPCC supporter care representative will be able to cancel your membership over the phone.
Cost of Calling the NSPCC
As the NSPCC helpline for reporting a child in danger uses a 0800 freephone number there will be absolutely no cost to get in touch from a UK landlines or mobile. However, the supporter care helpline uses a local rate contact number that will charge callers the standard per-minute rate for a geographical call to get in touch. The NSPCC number for reporting child abuse is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, whereas the supporter care department is available from 9am-5pm Monday to Friday.
NSPCC Phone Numbers
|NSPCC Department||UK Phone number|
|Report a Child in Danger||0808 800 5000|
|Supporter Care Team||020 7825 2505|
|Scotland Office||0141 420 3816|
|Childline||0800 11 11|
Write to their Scotland Office
If you would prefer to write to the Scottish branch of the charity then you can make your enquiry via email firstname.lastname@example.org or even send a letter to the NSPCC Scottish Office at the address listed below:
62 Templeton Street,