Save the Children Integrity Line

At Save the Children, our vision is a world in which every child attains the right to survival, protection, development and participation. Our mission is to inspire breakthroughs in the way the world treats children, and to achieve immediate and lasting change in their lives. With this comes great responsibility.

We deliver against our mission and vision in accordance with our Code of Conduct, our policies and our legal obligations, always upholding our values of accountability, ambition, collaboration, creativity and integrity.

We are accountable to children for the work that we do. We need to ensure we use our resources efficiently and deliver measurable results. We are also answerable to supporters, donors and partners.

We expect all those who work for us, with us or on our behalf to live up to the highest standards of personal integrity and behaviour.

From time to time, people may need to report a concern or incident that is inconsistent with our approach.

If this occurs, you can call the Save the Children Integrity Line on 0800 085 2563 to make an anonymous report, 24 hours a dayseven days a week. You can also use the anonymous reporting form below.

This Integrity Line can be used by Save the Children staff, volunteers, suppliers, consultants, implementing partners, children or young people to raise a concern.

Please note: If you believe someone to be at immediate risk of harm, please call police on 999.

If you have concerns about a child and wish to speak to someone outside of Save the Children or are unable to contact the Focal Point, please contact the NSPCC on 0808 800 5000.

If you are a representative of Save the Children calling from outside the UK and an incident requires immediate attention, please contact the country office safety and security manager or focal point.

We know the decision to report a concern can sometimes be a difficult one to make, particularly if it relates to something sensitive or personal. If you need some support, there are a number of services that can help.

If you work for Save the Children, you can contact the Employee Assistance Programme which offers a free, confidential service that gives expert advice, information, counselling and support for you and your family. You can call them any time, day or night, seven days a week. Find out more, and how to contact them, on the intranet.

You can also contact to our Wellbeing Team at wellbeing@savethechildren.org.uk who will be able to advise and support you to access further support by phone or in person.
If you wish to receive external support then you can contact the Samaritans on 116 123.

Remaining anonymous

This form is secured to protect your privacy. The information you provide is kept securely and is submitted over an encrypted connection so you remain anonymous.

Remaining anonymous means: We can't request more information from you, you can't request updates about your report, we can't clarify the details you provide and if Save the Children refer your report to another agency such as police, they will not be able to request information from you or let you know the outcome of any enquiries they make. If you are using a shared computer, to protect your privacy clear your browsing history, including your cache and all autofill form data, after submitting this complaint form.

Two-way information

At the bottom of this form you can choose to opt for us to keep in contact with you, whilst you remain completely anonymous. This enables us to ask any further questions about the information you have provided. Your information could be vital, and may make a real difference.

Logging back in is easy, just use the Anonymous Login button at the top of this page, or any page on the Crimestoppers website.