KidsOut needs your help to bring fun and happiness back into the lives of disadvantaged children.
The possibilities for fundraising are limitless and anyone can participate. Whether you are an experienced athlete or working on your first 5K, we would love to add you to our Fun and Happiness team of supporters. From saving up loose change to holding a bake sale, your ideas help us Make Kids Happy!
Choose from one of our established sponsored events or tell us about your own. Do you already know what you want to do? Call us on 01525 243 215, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or fill in the form below.
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News & Views
Dedicated fundraising from Diverze Print
Diverze Print are based in Leighton Buzzard, offering a range of different graphics services to local businesses, including printed paper and other substrates, promotional items and corporate gifts, graphic design and digital services. Through their love of sport, and more specifically running and cycling, Diverze have expanded their portfolio to offer bespoke sportswear to local … Continue reading Dedicated fundraising from Diverze Print
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
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.