Fundraiser Entry

The NSPCC is the leading children’s charity fighting to end child abuse and neglect in the UK. Child abuse can take many forms including emotional, physical, and sexual, or failing to meet the basic needs through neglect. We work tirelessly to prevent abuse from ever happening protect children at risk and help those who have been abused to rebuild their lives.

We prevent abuse from happening through pioneering community projects and our work in schools, including our Speak out, Stay safe workshops, where we visit primary schools across the country to help children recognise the signs of abuse and understand where to go for help.

We protect children at risk with Childline and our NSPCC helpline. Many children have been hidden victims of the pandemic and the effects are far from over. Childline is a confidential 24-hour service that gives children somewhere to turn. The NSPCC helpline is there for adults who are concerned about a child every day.

We transform society and help to rebuild the lives of children who have been abused. We deliver therapeutic services to enable children to move on from abuse, as well as provide resources and support for parents and families around caring for their children. We also campaign and lobby for governments to change laws, and strive to keep children safe online through dedicated programmes.

You can join our NSPCC Fundraiser team today, and make a real difference!

Select NSPCC Fundraiser Entry when you register for the NSPCC Milton Keynes Half Marathon and commit to raising a minimum of £150 for the NSPCC and you will get exclusive access to rewards and support.

Fundraising for the NSPCC will go a long way in helping them support and be there for children as 90% of their income comes from voluntary donations.

Enter the NSPCC Milton Keynes Half Marathon


Runners who have an NSPCC Fundraiser Entry and raise £150 on their JustGiving page by 10th June will be able to pick up a special and exclusive extra medal at the event! 

Fundraiser medal design will be revealed in March 2022.