On the 16th of April KidsOut hosted a gala performance of The Comedy about a Bank Robbery at the Criterion Theatre.
More than 220 tickets sold on behalf of KidsOut, with a percentage of the ticket price going directly to help vulnerable children have a fun day out. During the preceding reception KidsOut CEO Gordon Moulds gave a speech, publicly thanking Helen Pitcher, Chairman of Trustees for KidsOut, for her work.
By the end of the evening KidsOut raised more than £7,000, with funds going directly to help bring fun and happiness into the lives of disadvantaged children. “It was great to see so many trustees, friends, supporters and newcomers to the charity,” said Stewart Moulds, Director of Fundraising for KidsOut. “Everyone was very generous, and the show itself was very funny.”
On the 16th of April 12 children danced at Wembley Stadium with Grammy Award winning artist Foxes.
Navigant volunteers renovated the children’s playroom of a Hestia refuge in East London.
On the 30th of March, eight children and their parents attended a performance of Annie.
A group of children met for the first time this week to learn about cricket through the charity Wicketz.