Donations

Donating to KidsOut does not have to mean giving thousands of pounds. (Although that is OK too!) Any gift, small or large, can help make a difference to vulnerable children, as well as other donations of time or toys.

If you are passionate about helping children there is no reason why you should not join us to Make Kids Happy!

Support financially

Donating directly to KidsOut is the easiest way to help us grow and make sure that funds get to where they are needed most. You can donate via our website, over the phone on 01525 385 252, or by post sent to:

 

KidsOut Charity
14 Church Square
Leighton Buzzard
LU7 1AE

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Give stuff

Each year 50% of KidsOut income is thanks to in-kind support. These donations help support our children’s service and keep administrative costs low.

 

There are many ways to contribute: involve your company in our annual Giving Tree appeal; donate a prize to one of our corporate fundraising evenings; dedicate new and unused toys to Toy Box. You can also donate your time and volunteer with us.

Leave a legacy

Making disadvantaged children happy is one of the best ways to honour a loved one and ensure that their passing leaves a legacy for future generations. Leaving a gift in a will is easy and uncomplicated to arrange.

To leave a gift to KidsOut all you need to do is add the following words to your will are:

“I leave ____________ to KidsOut, registered charity number 1075789.”

There is no legal obligation to notify KidsOut in advance that you intend to leave a legacy, but it gives us the opportunity to thank you personally for your gift.

Alternatively to leaving money to the charity, you could also ask friends and family to contribute to KidsOut instead of giving flowers or set up an ‘In Memory’ fund online.

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News & Views

World Stories Wednesday: Dick Whittington and his Cat

Welcome to this week’s World Stories Wednesday! Every week, KidsOut showcases one of the amazing tales from our World Stories database, giving you a flavour of the breadth and diversity of our collection. This week’s story is Dick Whittington and his Cat. This traditional tale of poor Dick Whittington and his feline friend follows Whittington’s unusual … Continue reading World Stories Wednesday: Dick Whittington and his Cat

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Winter Newsletter 2018

Click here to read the Winter 2018 Newsletter! KidsOut has published their Winter 2018 Newsletter, which you can read via the link above. Inside you will find information about the Charity’s news and events over the last few months, things we have coming up for people to get involved with, as well as a special … Continue reading Winter Newsletter 2018

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World Stories Wednesday: The Princess of Riddles

Welcome to this week’s World Stories Wednesday! Every week, KidsOut showcases one of the amazing tales from our World Stories database, giving you a flavour of the breadth and diversity of our collection. This week’s story is The Princess of Riddles. The extremely clever princess Maria agrees to marry the man who can present her with … Continue reading World Stories Wednesday: The Princess of Riddles

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