National Rotary KidsOut Day
The 2017 National Rotary KidsOut Day will take place on Wednesday the 14th of June
The first National Rotary KidsOut Day took place in 1990 and since then it has turned into the biggest single outing for disadvantaged children in the UK. With more than 29,000 children participating in 2016, the National Day Out is run nationally in conjunction with Rotary International in Great Britain and Ireland (RIBI) and is always on the second Wednesday in June.
To make the National Rotary KidsOut Day the success that it is, more than 10,000 Rotarians volunteer on the day at over 100 venues. Whether they live with critical health issues, in refuge or with a disability, children across the country are taken on a fun day out to the zoo, a theme park or even the seaside, often for the first time in their lives.
We are always keen to expand the National Rotary KidsOut Day even further. If you would like to offer a venue or facility for the day email us at email@example.com or call 01525 385252.
If you are a Rotarian hoping to involve your club, please complete this form in order to register to take part.
If you are a Rotarian already registered for this event, please use this form to order your caps.
KidsOut Festive Fun Day
Building on the success of the National Rotary KidsOut Day, starting in 2015 we have launched a second annual big day out for the same groups. Taking place on the first Tuesday in December each year (although this date is flexible), Rotary clubs are encouraged to sign up using the link below and take part in a second day out for disadvantaged children. Quite simply, one day out is not enough!
Bookings for the KidsOut Festive Fun Day will be available after Wednesday 14th June.
We receive feedback constantly from families and carers about the benefit of the National Rotary KidsOut Day and how it impacts the children. Read our case studies and Latest News to learn more about why we are so committed to making kids happy! *Note: Names and pictures are changed to protect identities.
- 'I cannot thank you enough, we really do appreciate the help and support from KidsOut. It's always much much appreciated when we can put forward something for these families and give them a chance to experience something so happy and cheerful.'
- 'Many thanks for putting the day on. It was really lovely to see all the children with different requirements and needs, all having a great time.'
- 'My daughter had an amazing time, and I am sure all the other children and adults did too. All the helpers and Rotary club members did a wonderful job. A big thank you from a very happy (but tired) six-year-old and her mummy!'
- 'These extracurricular activities mean a lot to our children and ensure that learning takes place outside the classroom.'
News & Views
Drayton’s Magical Christmas for 1,750 children
Tuesday 6th December saw 1,750 children and over 900 adults visit Drayton Manor Theme Park, as part of KidsOut’s second annual Big Day Out. Now in its second year, the KidsOut Festive Fun Day will take place every year on the first Tuesday in December. Designed to be a second day out for children six … Continue reading Drayton’s Magical Christmas for 1,750 children
Picture Competition 2016 Winner Announced
Following the National Rotary KidsOut Day on 8th June 2016, Woodlands School in Birmingham has been announced as the winner of this year’s KidsOut Picture Competition, winning enough cinema tickets for the school’s 177 pupils. Woodlands is a school for pupils aged 2 – 19 with a broad spectrum of special needs, and has attended … Continue reading Picture Competition 2016 Winner Announced
Day Out 2016 Picture Competition Now Live
KidsOut are delighted to announce the Day Out Picture Competition 2016 is now live for voting on Facebook. Children who attended the National Rotary KidsOut Day on 8th June 2016 were asked to create pictures of their day and submit these to KidsOut. Entries have been flooding in all summmer and have now been posted … Continue reading Day Out 2016 Picture Competition Now Live
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