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The NSPCC are asking people in Newry to get involved in their Childhood Day in June.

It is a shocking fact but it is estimated that one in five children in the UK have suffered the horrors of abuse or neglect. It doesn’t have to be this way. The NSPCC’s second Childhood Day is taking place on June 1, 2019 and it is a day for us to stand together in Northern Ireland for every childhood and against abuse.

Every day the NSPCC in Northern Ireland is helping children and last year our Speak Out Stay Safe programme reached over 67,000 local primary school children, our centres in Belfast, Foyle and Craigavon worked directly with 500 children and families and our trained volunteer counsellors at our Childline bases in Belfast and Foyle delivered 38,285 counselling session to children in Northern Ireland and across the UK. However, we urgently need to be there for more children and young people.

Catherine Nuttal. Photograph: Press Eye/Darren Kidd
Catherine Nuttall, Fundraising Head of Region, NSPCC Northern Ireland. Photograph: Press Eye/Darren Kidd

During May we are asking people across Northern Ireland to stand with us and support our Childhood Day campaign and there are simple ways you can get involved:

Volunteer -  Join our team of volunteers on dates throughout May and take to the streets of Northern Ireland to collect donations for badges. Visit www.nspcc.org.uk/childhoodday for all the details.

Get together with friends, family or in your workplace and organise a fundraising event. We have lots of childhood themed fundraising ideas to get you started.

Get a Childhood Day badge and wear it on June 1 to show your support.

Around 90% of our income comes from generous members of the public like you - so please join us. By supporting Childhood Day you are raising awareness and crucial funds to enable us to keep children and young people safe.

For further information on how you can get support this campaign please visit www.nspcc.org.uk/childhoodday or contact the NSPCC Northern Ireland team at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 028 9035 1135.

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