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 email@example.com or fill in the form below.
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News & Views
Ciena raises over £700 for KidsOut with virtual pub quiz!
The last day of April saw Ciena holding a pub quiz across the UK to raise much-needed funds for KidsOut, with an impressive £700 and £167.50 in Gift Aid raised that will go towards the charity’s efforts to provide every mother and child in refuge with a trip to the cinema once restrictions are lifted. … Continue reading Ciena raises over £700 for KidsOut with virtual pub quiz!
UPDATE: Due to overwhelming demand, KidsOut is delighted to announce that the new fundraising initiative ‘KidsIn 8000’ has been extended to taking place over the whole of June 2020! The charity needs your help to raise £80,000 to enable KidsOut to give 8,000 children and mothers in refuge the opportunity to go on a fun … Continue reading KidsIn 8000
KidsOut and Direct Line Group Provide Essential Coronavirus Relief to Domestic Abuse Victims
KidsOut is delighted to announce the launch of a new partnership with the Direct Line Group to support the physical and mental welfare of some society’s most vulnerable children during the coronavirus pandemic. The two organisations are coordinating the delivery of £50 worth of food vouchers and over £100 worth of new toys to every … Continue reading KidsOut and Direct Line Group Provide Essential Coronavirus Relief to Domestic Abuse Victims
Ways you can help
Any gift, small or large, can help us make a difference to vulnerable children.