NSPCC Change of Address

How to Update Your Address with the NSPCC

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How Do I Change My Address with NSPCC?

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If you’ve found your dream home and are planning on moving soon, it’s time to start making a list of all the things you need to do, including updating all your services and accounts of your change of address. 

If you have an account with or donate to the NSPCC, this is just one of the many services you’ll need to inform of your house move. 

To make the house-moving process that bit easier, we’ve put together this straightforward guide, explaining exactly how to complete your NSPCC change of address online in just a few clicks! 

Using SlothMove’s online change of address service, you can change your NSPCC address without any of the hassle. Forget all the phone calls you usually have to make when updating your address, using SlothMove’s award-winning service, you can change your address with the NSPCC, along with all your other providers. 

So, while completing your NSPCC change of address, why not notify all your utility providers, your bank, your gym, and all your loyalty cards (e.g. Waitrose, Morrisons, Tesco etc.) of your house move. 

To ensure you remember to change your address with all the relevant accounts and services, go ahead and check out our comprehensive address change checklist.

So, let’s not waste any more time – here’s how to quickly and easily complete your NSPCC change of address in a matter of minutes! 

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If you want to change your address with the NSPCC in under 5 minutes, you can use SlothMove’s online change of address service. Otherwise, you can update your NSPCC address by directly contacting the charity. 

By choosing to use SlothMove, you can update your address across all your accounts at once, including your NSPCC account. Whether you need to notify Paperchase, Yorkshire Water, Universal Credit or the DVLA, you can do so in no time at all. 

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There are just a few simple steps to follow to change your NSPCC address with SlothMove: 

  1. Enter your previous & new postcode, as well as your moving date
  2. Select the accounts you’d like to update (NSPCC, Barclays, Vodafone, Nandos, British Red Cross etc…)
  3. Select SlothMove Plus or Basic
  4. Click submit and SlothMove will do the rest for you – updating your address across your accounts, including with the NSPCC

Once you’ve completed these easy steps, you can sit back and relax. SlothMove will do the rest of the hard work for you. We will email you with any further steps once your address has been updated. 

Alternatively, if you only need to update the NSPCC of your change of address, you can do so by getting in touch with them directly. 

You can contact the NSPCC Supporter Care team by calling their number at 020 7825 2505 or by emailing them at supportercare@nspcc.org.uk

What Support Does the NSPCC Provide?

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The NSPCC provide a range of services to help children who’ve been abused, protect children at risk and determine the best ways of preventing child abuse from happening. The services provided by the NSPCC include: 

  • Working in schools up and down the country, teaching children how to keep themselves safe 
  • Providing therapeutic services, working directly with children and families in their national and regional hubs across the UK and Channel Islands
  • Providing support to thousands of adults and young people in need through their helpline and Childline
  • Working with other organisations to help them deliver and test their programmes locally and sharing what really works
  • Supporting children who are suffering from mental health problems 

Why Do I Need to Change My Address with the NSPCC?

Many house-movers leave changing their address until last minute because they don’t see it as being as important as getting a mortgage or buying all the new home essentials

However, informing all your accounts and providers of your new address is essential to ensure all your communications are sent to the right place. 

Failing to update your address with the NSPCC when moving home could result in you missing important information regarding the charity, your account and your donations.

What Does the NSPCC Stand For?

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NSPCC stands for the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children. 

This means that each individual has a responsibility when it comes to protecting children from abuse, and must do everything to prevent it from happening. 

How Do I Donate to the NSPCC?

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There are a number of ways you can donate to the NSPCC, both big and small. By generously donating to the NSPCC you can help the charity support children and young people. 

Some of the ways you can donate to the NSPCC include: 

  • Make a donation – you can make a one-off or monthly donation
  • Donate in memory – make a donation or set up a tribute fund in honour of a loved one 
  • Give with a celebration – make a donation through your wedding, birthday, anniversary or any other special event 
  • Charity raffle – make a donation by entering the charity’s raffle 
  • Leave a gift in your will – leave a donation in your will and support the next generation
  • Weekly lottery – enter each week for a chance to win and protect children at the same time 

When Should I Change My NSPCC Address?

While you might have a very long list of things to do before you move house, it is important that you inform all your providers of your address change as soon as possible. 

Ideally, you should notify the NSPCC of your change of address within 1 month of moving. This will leave the charity plenty of time to update your details on their systems and ensure any future communication is sent to the right place.

Can You Volunteer for the NSPCC?

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No matter how much time you have to give, whether it’s just an hour a week or much more, the NSPCC are grateful for all of their volunteers. 

You don’t need a particular skill, experience or background to be an NSPCC volunteer – you just need to be passionate about protecting children. 

There is a volunteering role for everyone at the NSPCC – from volunteering with children and helping at their offices to helping at an event and fundraising in your community. You can choose from roles like: 

  • Childline Counsellor 
  • Volunteer in schools 
  • Childline Administrator 
  • Research Volunteer
  • Event Volunteer
  • Community Fundraiser 
  • Fundraising Group Member 
  • Young Witness Volunteer

Completing Your NSPCC Change of Address

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So, now you know how to complete your NSPCC change of address online using SlothMove’s address change service. 

Or, if you don’t want to update multiple accounts and services at the same time, you can change your address with the NSPCC by contacting them directly, via phone or email. 

Don’t forget to inform all your other providers that you’re moving home – to make sure you remember them all, take a look at our comprehensive change of address checklist. 


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