After a huge success as our headline charity in 2023, we’re delighted to have NSPCC returning as a charity partner for the Liverpool Chester Liverpool Bike Ride. The work that they do is incredible and positively impacts so many young people around the country so we’re honoured to be offering participants the chance to fundraise on their behalf this year.
As the UK’s leading children’s charity, NSPCC have been supporting and protecting the lives of young people for 140 years this year. Their motto is ‘Every childhood is worth fighting for’ and it is this attitude that has made their work so effective. They never ignore a case and always do everything in their power to offer help to children and families to improve the quality of a child’s formative years and ensure they are living in a safe environment.
Perhaps best known for their work in preventing child abuse, NSPCC also do a lot of vital work after child abuse cases have been resolved, working with the children to deal with long lasting trauma, helping to rebuild their lives and supporting families. They also work closely with schools and the government to campaign for change and put their ground-breaking research about child protection in practice.
The NSPCC runs its North West services from a hub in Great Homer Street, Liverpool, less than two miles from the city centre. It is also home to a Childline base where thousands of counselling sessions are delivered to children across the UK.
Their goal is to embed services across local communities to allow everyone from family members and nurses to teachers and sports group leaders to play their part in preventing child abuse as well as making all children feel listened to and supported and protecting children online in an ever-changing digital landscape.
Tania Oliveira, NSPCC North West Community Fundraising Manager, said: “We are delighted to be returning as a charity partner for the Liverpool Chester Liverpool Bike Ride. Whether you’re a seasoned cyclist or fulfilling a resolution to get fitter, this is a brilliant event that caters for all ages and abilities. Events like this make the vital work of the NSPCC possible, and without the support of people in the area we would not be able to put them on. Our volunteers will be there to cheer on all the cyclists and collect donations, and we’re hoping to see plenty of NSPCC green shirts on the participants on the day”.
By registering for LCL 2024 and fundraising for NSPCC you can help them continue their vital work and achieve their goals above by 2031.
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