Stuart Gentle Publisher at Onrec

CV-Library announces new corporate charity partnership with the NSPCC

The UK’s leading independent job board, CV-Library, is delighted to announce that it has chosen children’s charity, the NSPCC, as its exclusive charitable partner for 2022/3.

Part of CV-Library's vision is to promote a fast-paced, exciting, and supportive working environment for driven individuals to thrive in. They believe that every child also deserves the chance to thrive and be offered an exciting and supportive upbringing too, but tragically this is not the case for all. By supporting the NSPCC CV-Library can share its people’s drive, ambition, skills, and energy to make a difference beyond their daily roles. 

The NSPCC works tirelessly to prevent child abuse from ever happening, protecting children at risk and helping those who have been abused to rebuild their lives. Founded over 130 years ago, the NSPCC strives to make children across the UK and Channel Islands safer by working in schools, running national helplines, including Childline for children and young people, and providing therapeutic services – all to protect children and prevent abuse. 

CV-Library is committed to donating at least £25,000 to the NSPCC this year and specifically supporting Childline, a service that gives young people a voice when no one else will listen. As part of that commitment, we have set a staff target of raising £5,000 through team building events and fundraising activities. The staff donation will pay to recruit, train and support more than three new Childline volunteers. 

Lee Biggins, Founder and CEO of CV-Library, comments: "Myself and the team at CV-Library are really excited about our new partnership with the NSPCC. I am so proud of everyone's willingness to support the NSPCC in its fight to end child abuse and neglect in the UK. We already have a brilliant fundraising calendar in place and I'm confident everyone will bring their drive, commitment, and energy to ensure we hit, and exceed, our target for the year!"  

Stephen Nutt, NSPCC Head of Strategic Projects and Communications, added: “We are thrilled that CV Library has joined the NSPCC in our fight for every childhood. Thousands of young people have spoken to Childline about neglect and abuse since the pandemic began in 2020. CV Library’s very generous donation commitment will help us keep answering the calls that can save a child’s life, and we look forward to seeing what fundraising activities they get up to.”