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- 'I knew then that we hadn’t been forgotten about, people actually cared about me and other children scarred by domestic violence.'
- 'It was nice being able to bond and feel completely relaxed and reminded me we are on our way to creating new, happy memories together without feeling permanently on edge or having to worry about anything other than just having fun together.'
- 'My children had left home to go to refuge and had virtually nothing - [Toy Box] changed that. It has helped them have a sense of having their own things again.'
- 'They were transfixed – clapping, laughing, dancing. I often talk with my four-year-old about this trip – he likes to remember it just before bedtime.'
News & Views
KidsOut’s New Patron
We would like to welcome our newest Ambassador to the KidsOut family – Gillian Joseph! Gillian has more than 30 years of broadcast experience, she presents Sky News at Breakfast and can be regularly seen across the rest of the output as well as reporting on the road. Prior to joining Sky News, … Continue reading KidsOut’s New Patron
Hasbro help pack 1,800 toy boxes!
In May 2021, the team at Hasbro UK did another Toy Box packing day for KidsOut. Packing a staggering 1,800 toy boxes over three weeks, each toy box will contain 7-9 brand new toys all age appropriate to spread fun and happiness to children living in refuge. They will also contain at least two … Continue reading Hasbro help pack 1,800 toy boxes!
Magic goes Virtual
KidsOut were able to offer every child in refuge the opportunity to watch our first ever virtual magic show on Wednesday 7th April 2021. Professional magician Richard Pinner, who has also provided entertainment at our Question of Sport London, has been performing magic for over 30 years. The feedback we received certainly showed there were … Continue reading Magic goes Virtual
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