What we do
At KidsOut we believe that all children deserve fun and happiness in their lives and work every day to make it a reality. Whether they have escaped domestic violence or live daily in poverty, KidsOut provides disadvantaged children across the UK with exciting memories to cherish. Through giving hope and building confidence in young people, KidsOut is shaping a better tomorrow. Join with us and together we can Make Kids Happy!
News & Views
KidsOut and the Home Office Provide Essential Food Vouchers to Victims of Domestic Abuse
The Home Office has funded KidsOut’s initiative to support victims of domestic abuse during the Covid-19 pandemic. A grant of £130,000 has enabled KidsOut to deliver £25 supermarket vouchers to families living in refuge between July and October 2020. KidsOut is the only national charity working with every Women’s Aid Federation refuge in the UK … Continue reading KidsOut and the Home Office Provide Essential Food Vouchers to Victims of Domestic Abuse
KidsOut receives 1,500 toy robots from Velcro Companies
The KidsOut team are delighted to have received a generous donation of 1,500 VELCRO® Brand toy robots. An artic lorry full of brand-new Blocks toys was delivered to the KidsOut warehouse on Tuesday 4th August 2020. The toys will be used to support the mental welfare of disadvantaged children through KidsOut’s Toy Box service. “We are so … Continue reading KidsOut receives 1,500 toy robots from Velcro Companies
KidsOut donates over £5,000 worth of toys and activities to Alfie’s Hardship Fund
KidsOut has donated over £5,000 worth of brand-new toys and activities to help young children, harmed by crime and now isolating inside due to COVID-19, enjoy themselves. KidsOut donated some wonderful toys and activities that will be distributed by the charity Embrace to children harmed by crime and now isolating at home. These toys will … Continue reading KidsOut donates over £5,000 worth of toys and activities to Alfie’s Hardship Fund
Ways you can help
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