If you haven’t heard about the NSPCC’s Little Star Campaign then make sure you keep on reading. The NSPCC helps keep one million children stay safe every year from abuse and neglect by offering amazing services for example Childline. Childline helps children and families 24 hours a day who are going through terrible times.
This year the NSPCC have teamed up with Oxford Street’s Christmas lights and Haspro to create the Little Stars campaign. By teaming together they’re hoping to spread the Christmas spirit and help raise money for the NSPCC. All money raised will help the NSPCC to continue to deliver the amazing life-changing services they offer to children and their families.
The switch on of Oxford Street’s lights was on Sunday 6th November hosted by Capital. Amazing guests such as Craig David, The Vamps and Louisa Johnson got involved. Many families turned up to the iconic Oxford Street Lights Switch. With a family festival in partnership with the NSPCC to entertain everyone before the switch on. I only wish I could’ve been there for the amazing night to support.
I would absolutely love for you to all get involved and support the Little Stars Campaign. Anyone and anybody can get involved. All you need to do is donate £5… £5 that can help keep a child safe at Christmas and all year round.
By donating £5 you can name a light after someone special in your life. Whether it be a family member, a friend, a loved one… Anyone you can think of. I’m personally naming my stars after my two brothers who mean the absolute world to me. By donating £5 I’m hoping to help keep children safe and happy. Once you’ve donated on the Little Stars website you can share your message. Share your message with the person you have bought the star after. You can share through Facebook, Twitter or email.
The NSPCC is an organisation close to my heart and I’d love if you could help them by donating. However if you can’t donate please share this post and spread the awareness!
To Donate Visit: https://nspcc-little-stars.org.uk
If you need help yourself or you are concerned about a child or young person please reach out to the NSPCC by visiting https://www.nspcc.org.uk.
Childline (Help for children and young people): 0800 1111
Help for adults concerned regarding a child: 0808 800 5000
Thank you for reading,
*all images and information were provided by the NSPCC