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 Midlands Gala Dinner 2019 raises over £60,000!
Click here to visit our Facebook page for photos from the Midlands Gala Dinner 2019! KidsOut’s 2019 Midlands Question of Sport Gala Dinner was another great success, raising over £60,000 for the charity’s work with disadvantaged children in the local area. That’s an astonishing £9,000 more than the previous year! Over 400 people from Midlands … Continue reading KidsOut Midlands Gala Dinner 2019 raises over £60,000!
1,200 Toy Boxes packed and donated by Hasbro!
KidsOut were thrilled to receive an amazing donation of 1,200 boxes of toys from Hasbro for the charity’s Toy Box service. With an average of 10 toys per box, around 12,000 toys were packed and donated in total! On Wednesday 31st July KidsOut’s Chief Ambassador Julian Margolin travelled to Newport in Wales to visit the distribution centre … Continue reading 1,200 Toy Boxes packed and donated by Hasbro!
Ciena Charity Bike Ride Raises over £3,510 for KidsOut!
KidsOut are happy to announce that the Ciena 2019 Partner Bike Ride raised a fantastic £3,510 for the charity’s work in providing positive experiences to the UK’s most disadvantaged children! Ciena is a leading supplier of telecommunications networking equipment, software, and services, and has been a major supporter of KidsOut for many years. On Friday … Continue reading Ciena Charity Bike Ride Raises over £3,510 for KidsOut!
Ways you can help
Any gift, small or large, can help us make a difference to vulnerable children.