The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) has publicly thanked Cool Milk for its steadfast support in raising £2,700 for Society’s ‘Speak out, Stay safe’ initiative.

The programme, which “aims to equip a generation of children
with the knowledge and understanding they need to stay safe from abuse and neglect”, sees NSPCC staff visting schools across the UK to deliver
age-appropriate safeguarding guidance to children.

The NSPCC thanked Cool Milk for their £2,700 donation with a post on their Facebook page

The cheque was presented by Cool Milk at Cherry Willingham Primary School in Lincoln, which has showcased the educational assemblies and workshops to their pupils.

Since partnering with the NSPCC in 2017, Cool Milk have raised a cumulative £5000 towards the NSPCC’s crucial work of protecting children from abuse. Learn more about the ‘Speak out, Stay safe’ programme by watching the short video below, or click here for more information.