Since it established in 1999, KidsOut has helped tens of thousands of disadvantaged children have fun and be happier. Companies support KidsOut in a variety of ways depending on their interests and Corporate Social Responsibility strategies. Whether through making a long-term financial commitment, getting involved directly in our Children’s Services or participating in our fundraising events, these businesses are a vital part of helping KidsOut and help us make more vulnerable children happy. Why not see how your company can get involved?
News & Views
KidsOut Golf Classic at Essendon Raises over £12000!
KidsOut’s 2022 Golf Classic at Essendon was a huge success, raising over £12000 for the charity’s work in supporting disadvantaged children! Taking place at the beautiful Essendon Country Club near Hatfield on Tuesday 14th June it was attended by a full house of 23 teams Over 90 guests from local and national businesses and … Continue reading KidsOut Golf Classic at Essendon Raises over £12000!
KidsOut Four Seasons Ball 2021 Raises £59,784!
Click here to see the Four Seasons Ball 2021 photos! KidsOut’s Four Seasons Ball was a great success, raising £59,784 for the charity’s work with disadvantaged children throughout Greater London. Over 200 people from London-based companies joined KidsOut at The Royal Lancaster London for a night of fun and fundraising on Thursday 25th November 2021. … Continue reading KidsOut Four Seasons Ball 2021 Raises £59,784!
KidsOut Manchester Question of Sport 2021 Raises £16,590!
KidsOut’s Manchester Question of Sport Gala Dinner was a great success, raising up to £16,590 for the charity’s work with disadvantaged children throughout Manchester. Over 300 people from Manchester-based companies joined KidsOut at The Etihad Stadium for a night of fun and fundraising on Friday 19th November 2021. KidsOut were thrilled to welcome presenter Darren Proctor … Continue reading KidsOut Manchester Question of Sport 2021 Raises £16,590!
Ways you can help
Any gift, small or large, can help us make a difference to vulnerable children.