NSPCC’s latest campaign, which carries the strapline ‘Every Childhood is Worth Fighting For’, is inspired by childhood dreams and imagination and shows how the work the NSPCC does helps children rebuild their lives, giving them back a childhood full of hope and endless possibility.
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Children’s charity NSPCC has teamed up with telecommunications company O2 to help parents support their children online.
Cornerstone OnDemand has announced that the company’s unified, cloud-based talent management software solution has been selected by theNational Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC).
The charity will use Cornerstone’s applications for learning and development, performance management and succession planning to manage and develop its workforce of 2,000 people.
Lycamobile, the largest global provider of low-cost international mobile calls, has launched a new UK initiative which will see it donate £1 to a chosen charity each time a customer tops up £10 or more.
According to research by social media listening platform Synthesio, during the London Marathon last Sunday, Macmillan Cancer Support was the most talked about charity online.
The founder of Wikipedia, Jimmy Wales, is to co-chair charitable phone network The People's Operator with the focus on global expansion.
A number of charity websites including the NSPCC and ChildLine were blocked by O2’s porn filter recently, provoking a backlash on social media.