Phil Neville urges people to enter Jaguar competition in aid of NSPCC
|Published: 31st January 2011 10:17|
Former England footballer Phil Neville is urging people to do their bit to help protect children by entering a competition in aid of the NSPCC and having the chance to win a Jaguar XF Diesel.
Phil Neville & Jaguar banner
Jaguar is offering the special prize in order to raise money to expand the NSPCC Helpline which helps adults with a concern about a child.
Father-of-two Phil, who has supported the charity since 2008, is also asking people to save the NSPCC Helpline number - 0808 800 5000 - in their phones so they can call in confidence and get advice if they ever have any worries about a child or young person.
He said: "Everybody can do their bit to help protect children by entering this competition to raise funds for the NSPCC Helpline and by saving the number in their phones.
"The NSPCC Helpline is there for children who are not able to ask for help themselves and money raised will ensure more calls are answered."
For a chance to win, people need to answer the following question and enter via text message: Which anniversary did Jaguar celebrate in 2010?
- * 25th
- * 50th
- * 75th
People need to text 'DONATE' followed by the answer 25, 50 or 75 to 83138 to enter.
After entering the competition, people automatically receive two text messages which include the NSPCC Helpline number for them to save.
Entry costs £3 plus the cost of a standard SMS text with at least £1.74 going to the NSPCC. Correct entries received before the end of January will be placed in a draw and the winner will be announced on February 7 2011. People can go to www.nspcc.org.uk/jaguar for more information and terms and conditions.