How you can help
KidsOut relies heavily on the support of people like you to make our work possible. Whether you want to donate your time, skills or give a financial contribution, there are so many ways to get involved and help us make more children happy!
Do you already know what you want to do? Call us on 01525 243 215 or email us 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.
- 'After fleeing a domestically violent marriage with my children, it felt good to raise funds for a charity as deserving as KidsOut. Knowing that my efforts would be helping other families suffering the same abuse as my children made it feel like I was making a difference. '
- 'Volunteering for KidsOut was a great experience for me getting to meet new people and knowing the difference we were making was very rewarding.'
News & Views
World Stories Recording
KidsOut were at the University of Essex last week filming student volunteers’ audio recording stories in multiple languages such as: Arabic, Cantonese, Mandarin, French and Italian for our World Stories project. Keep your eyes peeled for the video which will showcase our wonderful relationship and support from the language and linguistics department and not forgetting the … Continue reading World Stories Recording
2 weeks at KidsOut – my experience
Here at KidsOut HQ, Jack Harrison, star of upcoming band The Verse has been undertaking a 2 week work experience placement at the office, to find out what it’s like to work within the charity sector. Here’s what he had to say about his two weeks here! On Monday the 16th April I began … Continue reading 2 weeks at KidsOut – my experience
Tough Mudder Diaries: Zoe
10-12 miles. 20+ obstables. Mental grit. Determination. Team work. Camaraderie. LOTS of mud! This is what awaits the 7 brave KidsOut team members (+friends and family) that are taking on the Tough Mudder challenge on Saturday 28th April (now just under 3 weeks away). For those who don’t know, Tough Mudder is probably the toughest … Continue reading Tough Mudder Diaries: Zoe
Ways you can help
Any gift, small or large, can help us make a difference to vulnerable children.