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To mark World Day against Trafficking in Persons, we’re sharing Gracie’s story: http://bit.ly/1I3TzSh

Gracie was a victim of a child trafficking and, although she is receiving support, she continues to live with the effects of what happened to her.
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“By leaving a gift in your will to the NSPCC, you could create a lasting legacy.”

Our very own Alex McDowell explains the big difference a small gift in your will can make, giving more children the safety they urgently need. Find out more about #NSPCCfootprints here: http://bit.ly/1NBbfG1
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It’s nearly time for the summer holidays! You might be wondering if it’s safe to leave your child home alone over this period– it can be a tricky decision, so here’s our advice which we hope will help you make up your mind: http://bit.ly/1Ig5ldv
This guide to keeping your child safe at home answers questions about when your children can be left on their own.
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What music motivates you to get out of the house and exercise? Share your favourite songs with us and we’ll add them to our new Spotify playlist ‘Get Up and Go’, created to help anyone taking on a challenge to support our work. #TeamNSPCC
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Pointer Sisters - "Jump!!" from 1983.
It's on their official youtube channel here...
www.youtube.com/watch?v=uyTVyCp7xrw
(In fact I think I might share that now on my page!)
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Do you think you could run up a skyscraper? Our Gherkin Challenge returns on 6th September! Whether you walk or run – join the challenge and get access to one of London’s most iconic buildings. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/1TCLQzI 
Run or walk 38 floors to the top of the Gherkin, one of London’s most iconic buildings.
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Have you seen our #NSPCCfootprints? We'd like to brighten up your day: have a look at sand artist Jamie Wardley and his team creating six giant 3D footprints, to help us raise awareness for legacy gifts. Find out more here: http://bit.ly/1GUlZvg
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1 University, 15 volunteers and 500 primary school children: our ChildLine Schools Service just hosted its third Big Assembly. Read what that looked like and how our service helps children stay safe from abuse: http://bit.ly/1HMKdNR
Around 500 primary school children from Kent converged on the University of Kent at Canterbury yesterday to take part in an NSPCC Schools Service Big Assembly.
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Over the last 6 weeks, David Tait has been climbing K2 – the world’s deadliest mountain – to raise funds for our NSPCC Schools Service. However, just days before he reached the summit, he was forced back by a combination of extreme weather conditions and brutal avalanches – the most recent avalanche claiming the life of a climber and seriously injuring two others.

David is disappointed to not have reached the summit, but to us he is a hero. He has raised more than £240K so far. Help him reach a quarter of a million – please donate now: https://www.justgiving.com/davidtaitK2/
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We have some exciting news to share - our beautiful garden has been nominated for the RHS Tatton Flower Show’s People’s Choice Award! Here’s one of  our favourite photos – if you like what you see, please vote for ‘Melitta’ in the small garden category and ask your friends and family to do so too. Voting closes tomorrow at midnight – thank you! http://bit.ly/1RPnrcK
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In case you haven’t heard, the inspirational David Tait is climbing the world’s deadliest mountain in support of our work! Before he embarked on his courageous climb, he shared with us his three essential items that are currently helping him face some crazy weather conditions.

To read more about David’s adventure on K2 and why he’s doing this, visit: http://bit.ly/1MCJyfV
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Thank you to Alice Morgan who has blogged about how our art and play therapy helps children who have suffered abuse. Take a look: http://bit.ly/1I5P5Oc
Hey guys, Hope you're all well! Yesterday, I was lucky enough to be invited to go along to the NSPCC Centre in Cardiff to discuss blogging and see the work that they do. I've mentioned before that ...
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Some lovely news to bring to you this sunny Friday: our ChildLine Schools Service has helped ONE MILLION children learn how to stay safe from abuse. Help us spread the message about our service – please share this post! 

To find out more about the ChildLine Schools Service, please have a look here: http://bit.ly/1eMjWSx
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Every childhood is worth fighting for.
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Abuse ruins childhood, but it can be prevented. That’s why we’re here. That’s what drives all our work, and that’s why – as long as there’s abuse – we will fight for every childhood.

We help children rebuild their lives, and we find ways to prevent abuse from ruining any more. So when a child needs a helping hand, we’ll be there. When parents are finding it tough, we’ll help. When laws need to change, or governments need to do more, we won’t give up until things improve.

Abuse changes childhood. But so can we.

To find out more, visit nspcc.org.uk