Corporate networking events
KidsOut is committed to bringing fun and excitement into the lives of disadvantaged children nationwide and hosts a range of corporate events that help us do just that. On top of helping vulnerable children have a reason to hope, these events provide fantastic opportunity for networking, team building, mental stimulation and simple good fun.
Dating back to 2001, our trademark Question of Sport fundraising evenings began when KidsOut patron and snooker champion John Parrott was a team captain on the television show. Our events have since expanded across the country into an annual KidsOut Ball, Golf Classics, a Question of Trivia and even a theatre gala, with funds all going directly to helping disadvantaged children in the areas they were raised.
Sign up now to an event in your area and support more Fun and Happiness among children where you live! Call us on 01525 385252 or email email@example.com.
What we do
National Rotary KidsOut Day
Every June, the Rotary International in Great Britain and Ireland together with KidsOut take over 25,000 disadvantaged children on a fun day out. The children visit the seaside, theme parks, adventure playgrounds and zoos, giving them all wonderful memories to cherish for a lifetime.
Fun Days takes disadvantaged children across the UK on a fun day out and helps them remember what it is like to just be children. Whether a trip to the theatre or a day at a theme park, Fun Days gives thousands of children something to look forward to and happy memories they can look … Continue reading Fun Days
News & Views
£57,000 raised at Birmingham Question of Sport
Over 480 business delegates from more than 40 Midlands companies gathered at the ICC on 30th June for a night of fun and fundraising at the annual black-tie KidsOut Birmingham Question of Sport. Violinists welcomed the guests into the drinks reception area and the committee took a creative twist on the traditional QoS theme, with … Continue reading £57,000 raised at Birmingham Question of Sport
Manchester raises £25,000
Manchester Question of Sport raised more then £25,000 for local disadvantaged children.
Liverpool raises over £50,000
At the end of celebrating its 25th anniversary year, KidsOut came home to Liverpool, where it all began, for the city’s first Question of Sport event.
Ways you can help
Any gift, small or large, can help us make a difference to vulnerable children.