How companies can help
Corporate support is the life blood of KidsOut and makes our work for disadvantaged children possible.
Thanks to the generous support of countless companies across the UK, some of the nation’s most vulnerable children have a reason to hope. There are so many reasons to get involved with KidsOut and bring joy back to children who need it, read about our life-changing Children’s Services.
If you share our interest in helping vulnerable children, read about how you can get involved as an individual or integrate KidsOut into your company’s Corporate Social Responsibility strategy. Join with us and together we can Make Kids Happy!
• Attend one of our Corporate Networking events
• Title sponsorship of the charity
• Partner with us as your Charity of the Year
• Brand items with KidsOut
• Sponsor one of our Fun Days
• Sponsor a group or your local Rotary club to go on the National Day Out
• Sponsor a Phyzzpod
• Volunteer for Toy Box packing or at Toy Fair
• Conduct a DIY SOS at a refuge
Get your business more involved with KidsOut by calling us on 01525 243 215 or email us directly at email@example.com.
Where your help goes
For £1 you can buy a child a KidsOut baseball hat for the National Rotary KidsOut Day.
For £10 you can buy a Christmas present for a child in refuge.
For £30 you can enable a child to go on a Fun Day out.
For £40 you can send a Toy Box to a child living in refuge.
For £100 you can send a Toy Box and take two children in refuge on a Fun Day out.
News & Views
M&S Spread Festive Cheer
Colleagues at Marks & Spencer stores across the Home Counties have joined forces to ensure disadvantaged children in refuge have a gift to open on Christmas Day. Teams from 25 M&S stores across the region have donated over 1,000 presents to the KidsOut. Team members from across the 25 stores handed over the presents, which included … Continue reading M&S Spread Festive Cheer
10,000 children to receive Christmas present
As the year draws to a close, KidsOut can proudly say that over 10,000 presents have been sent to disadvantaged children across the UK. This is largely due to the phenomenal success of this year’s Giving Tree initiative, which has seen dozens of companies across the UK ditch Secret Santa and buy gifts for disadvantaged … Continue reading 10,000 children to receive Christmas present
Trustee’s Toys “R” Us Triumph
Over £2,000s’ worth of toys have been purchased at Toys “R” Us Solihull in aid of the Giving Tree initiative, all thanks to KidsOut Trustee Chris Adcock. Chris has been collecting cash donations from his family and friends along with staff from Reed Technology, including a particularly large donation from Movement Hub Personal Training, led … Continue reading Trustee’s Toys “R” Us Triumph
Ways you can help
Any gift, small or large, can help us make a difference to vulnerable children.