We have a very special relationship with the NSPCC and we’ve been raising money for this amazing charity since 2004. Now, the NSPCC need our help more than ever before. Keep reading to find out how you can get involved and raise vital funds for vulnerable children.
Help us raise money for the NSPCC by donating your old clothes at selected Matalan stores. We’ll send them off for recycling, and 100% of the proceeds go to the NSPCC.
At Matalan, we’ve supported the NSPCC and the Childline service for over 15 years. Young people call Childline for support on a range of issues and has delivered over 125,000 counselling sessions on gender identity and sexuality since records began. To help raise funds for this crucial service, we’ve created a special tote bag and 100% of the proceeds from the sale of the bag will go towards supporting the NSPCC and Childline. Buy yours exclusively at Matalan for just £5 today.
“The NSPCC is still here for the children who need us – and we’re needed more than ever. Children have been the hidden victims of the pandemic. More children are reaching out to Childline worried about Coronavirus and mental health issues. And across the country, the pandemic has put added pressures on families. With the support of Matalan staff and customers we can be here for them.”
In the run up to Christmas, the NSPCC are expecting a big demand on their services, so we’ve teamed up with them to bring you the brilliant Pantosaurus to raise vital funds and awareness. The cuddly dinosaur is sure to become your little one’s new best friend, plus the Talk PANTS campaign mascot will help prompt important conversations between you and your child about keeping safe. Best of all, a huge 50% of the profits will go to the NSPCC.
You can buy Pantosaurus in stores across the UK and online right now, so get going and remember to talk PANTS.
"As a family we are extremely proud to support the NSPCC and to have established the Hargreaves Centre, a safe place for vulnerable children and young people on Merseyside. Our relationship with this incredible charity dates back to 2004 when my dad John, the founder of Matalan started fundraising events on behalf of the NSPCC. We continue to raise as much money as possible for the charity, which can include a variety of head office or store fundraisers, mountain climbs or sales of NSPCC products. Together we’ve raised millions with the NSPCC and are proud to say that Matalan is established as their longest standing retail partner".
Jason Hargreaves CEO
Update your browser to view this website correctly. Update my browser now