Autumn Newsletter: Your generosity reflected in the actions of children

Evan Grant

Check out the ISPCC Childline 2020 Autumn Newsletter here.

ISPCC Childline has thanked members of the public for being champions for children and helping to keep the service listening 24 hours a day, every day.

The generosity of individuals and communities the length and breadth of Ireland and beyond helps ensure Childline is here to listen to children and young people, to empower them and to strengthen their resilience.

The ISPCC Childline 2020 Autumn Newsletter, available here, highlights the impact of the public’s support for the Childline service this year to date.

This includes helping the service listen to children like Sasha, a 14-year-old who sobbed as she told a Childline volunteer that her mum was threatening to throw her out of her home.

Your generosity has been reflected in the actions of children across Ireland – including Evan Grant, aged 8. Evan (pictured) took on the challenge of cycling 100km around his home town in Co. Kildare to help raise vital funds to keep Childline listening.

Childline is always here for every child and young person, but this is only possible with thanks to the public’s support. If you would like to help, see here.

Thank you!

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