At this year's Annual Dinner we will once again run a silent auction to support the fantastic work of Childnet.
Throughout the dinner, guests will have the opportunity to bid on a range of exclusive auction prizes from bucket-list sports experiences to luxury holidays, spa breaks, Michelin star dining experiences and specialist signed memorabilia.
All bidding will be done during the event, using the brochures that will be provided to guests on the day. We hope you can help us to support such an incredible charity!
Childnet is a UK-based charity who empower children, young people, and those who support them in their online lives, and its vision is to make the internet a great and safe place for children.
Launching in 1995, just two years after the public launch of the open web, Childnet has delivered a positive impact with its empowering, youth led, evidence based and collaborative approach to online safety and giving children and young people the skills they need to navigate the internet safely and in a positive way.
Childnet’s key aim is to give young people, families and schools the knowledge and skills they need to make the most out of their time online.
Childnet works with technology companies, government, charities and others around the world to ensure young people’s rights are prioritised so their interests are promoted and protected online.
From its innovative resources to its pupil powered e-safety programmes, Childnet has stayed at the cutting edge of the latest tech trends by speaking to thousands of children and young people online and face-to-face each year.
As one of three charities in the UK Safer Internet Centre, Childnet coordinates Safer Internet Day in the UK, which reaches millions of UK children every year with online safety information about key issues.
Childnet achieves a wider impact through giving young people a voice and influencing best practice and policy, both in the UK and internationally, sitting on Facebook’s Safety Advisory Board, Twitter’s Trust and Safety Council and the Executive Board of the UK Council for Internet Safety.