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 385252, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or fill in the form below.
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News & Views
KidsOut Golf Classic, The Abbey
KidsOut were lucky enough to return to The Abbey for our annual Golf Classic event, raising over £3,000 for the charity’s work in supporting disadvantaged children in the Midlands and the Northeast. Taking place on Wednesday 11th August at The Abbey, Redditch, guests were treated bacon and egg rolls on arrival followed by a generous … Continue reading KidsOut Golf Classic, The Abbey
KidsOut Bristol Golf Day
KidsOut’s first ever Bristol Golf Day was a huge success, raising over a phenomenal £42,000 for the charity’s work in supporting disadvantaged children in Bristol and the South West. Sponsored by Barratt Developments, the event took place on a sunny Thursday 8th July at The Kendleshire Golf Club, Bristol, and guests were treated to on course … Continue reading KidsOut Bristol Golf Day
Little Green Dragon Pub’s Virtual “Singers Night” Raises £570 for KidsOut!
When the Rotary Club of Edmonton voted to support KidsOut by funding twenty Christmas toy boxes, Rotarian and publican Richard Reeve pledged to match that amount via a collection in his pub, the Little Green Dragon in Winchmore Hill. But Richard hadn’t bargained on his pub being forced to close for November due to the … Continue reading Little Green Dragon Pub’s Virtual “Singers Night” Raises £570 for KidsOut!
Ways you can help
Any gift, small or large, can help us make a difference to vulnerable children.