How Will the NSPCC Use the Money?

Entering the Cotswolds House Draw doesn’t just mean you’re in with the chance of winning a luxurious house in the Cotswolds worth £3,500,000 along with £100,000 in cash, it also means you’ll be supporting the NSPCC to protect children, prevent abuse and neglect, and give expert support to help those in recovery.NSPCCAs the UK's leading children’s charity, the NSPCC has been looking out for children across the UK for over 130 years. And they do that in variety of ways, including: 

  • Via projects such as Together For Childhood — helping children who’ve experienced abuse, supporting parents, and working to transform the way communities come together to prevent child cruelty.
  • And through programmes like Speak Out Stay Safe in schools, helping children learn how to recognise abuse and that they always have the right to be safe. 

Partnering with the NSPCC for the Cotswolds House Draw, we’re hoping to raise funds to directly support the NSPCC’s school-based initiative, Speak out Stay safe. 


As a safeguarding programme for children aged 5- to 11-years-old, it is available to all primary schools in the UK and Channel Islands and helps children understand: 

  • Abuse in all its forms and how to recognise the signs of abuse.
  • That abuse is never a child’s fault and they have the right to be safe.
  • And where to get help and the sources of help available to them.

They also learn about their rights, what's OK and not OK, and what to do if they're ever worried or scared.

Because for the two children in every primary school class who have endured abuse or neglect, understanding what has happened to them is the first step to ending their suffering. NSPCCSpeak out Stay safe works in conjunction with school safeguarding efforts, linking directly to the curriculum to reinforce key messaging about abuse and neglect. 

The programme involves hosting virtual assemblies, providing follow-on lesson plans with engaging activities and resources and carrying out face-to-face workshops.

Those aged 5-7 years are introduced to Buddy the speech bubble, who teaches them about:

  • Children’s rights
  • Sam’s story 
  • Forms of hurt
  • Speaking out
  • And Childline 

For 7-11 year olds, the content progresses, covering: 

  • Children’s rights 
  • The sack of worries 
  • Definitions of abuse
  • Ali’s story 
  • Speaking out
  • And Childline

Alongside this, schools are supported by a local coordinator who will answer questions about the programme and provide access to other support, resources and training. NSPCCTo enable the NSPCC to reach as many schools as possible within the UK, the charity relies on donations; donations just like those we hope to raise through this incredible partnership. And here’s exactly how your entry into the Omaze Million Pound House Draw, Cotswolds, will directly impact the reach of this vital programme:

  • £100,000 will help deliver important safeguarding messages to over 33,0000 primary school children.
  • £500,000 will help deliver important safeguarding messages to over 166,0000 primary school children.
  • £1,000,000 will help deliver important safeguarding messages to over 330,0000 primary school children.

NSPCCPartnering with Omaze for a second time, Sir Peter Wanless, CEO at the NSPCC, said, “Everything we do protects children today and prevents abuse tomorrow, transforming attitudes, behaviours and laws to benefit every childhood. Because childhood shapes who we become. Abuse never should. We are delighted to be partnering with Omaze again, having seen such an incredible impact from the £1,000,000 raised for our Childline service during our first house draw in 2021. This partnership will raise vital funds to maintain our services that allow us to support not just children, but their parents and families as well. Thank you Omaze.

PWanlessThe Omaze Cotswolds House is a luxurious four-bedroom house set in the beautiful British countryside, worth £3,500,000. We’ll also be giving the winner an incredible £100,000 in cash.

So, what are you waiting for? Enter the Cotswolds House Draw today for the chance to change your life, whilst supporting the NSPCC’s fight for every childhood.


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