Our Funders

The generous support of charitable trusts and foundations is crucial in aiding KidsOut to provide our services to some of the UK’s most disadvantaged children. We are hugely grateful to all the donors who have enabled us to support over 50,000 children every year.  Below are some of these supporters who have recently assisted us in spreading fun and happiness.

If you are a trustee or know of any charitable trusts and foundations that could support our work, please get in touch with our Grants & Trusts Executive at 01525 243221 or gavin.bedford@kidsout.org.uk.

July 2018 – June 2019 

The 29th May 1961 Charitable Trust
The Bassil Shippam and Alsford Trust
The Coleman Charitable Trust
The Edward Gostling Foundation
The Gale Family Charity Trust
The Gwyneth Forrester Trust
The Hedley Foundation
The Joan Wilkinson Charitable Trust
The Lynn Foundation
The Maud Elkington Charitable Trust
The Michael Cornish Charitable Trust
The Miss Isabel Harvey Charitable Trust
The Mugdock Children’s Trust
The Neighbourly Charitable Trust
The Newcomen Collett Foundation
The Paphitis Charitable Trust
The Philip Gower Foundation
The R G Hills Charitable Trust
The S and R Charitable Trust
The Souter Charitable Trust
The South Square Trust
The Thomas Farr Charity
The Vinci Foundation
The Vintners’ Company
The Wade’s Charity
The Zochonis Charitable Trust

July 2019 – June 2020 

The Alchemy Foundation
The Appletree Trust
The Aylesford Family Charitable Trust
The Bedfordshire and Luton Community Foundation
The Bellahouston Bequest Fund
Birmingham City Council
The Cambridgeshire Coronavirus Community Fund
Central Bedfordshire Council’s Ward Councillor Grant Fund
The Cheshire Community Foundation
The Co-op Local Community Fund
The Community Foundation for Staffordshire
The Craignish Trust
The David Gibbons Foundation
The Derek Hill Foundation
The Eveson Charitable Trust
The Felicity Wilde Charitble Trust
Forever Manchester
The Gale Family Charity Trust
The Gilander Foundation
The Haramead Trust
The Hasluck Charitable Trust
The Hampshire and Isle of Wight Community Foundation
The Hugh Stenhouse Foundation
The Hymans Robertson Foundation
The John Coates Charitable Trust
The Kobler Trust
The Lady Ryder of Warsaw Memorial Trust
The Leigh Trust
The Lillie Johnson Charitable Trust
The London Community Response Fund
The Miss E C Hendry Charitable Trust
The Miss ME Swinton Paterson’s Charitable Trust
The Moondance Foundation
The National Lottery Community Fund Scotland
The Norfolk Community Foundation
The Phillip Gower Charitable Foundation
The Richard Kirkman Trust
The R S Brownless Charitable Trust
The Roger & Douglas Turner Charitable Trust
The Rothley Trust
The Shanly Foundation
The Sir James Roll Charitable Trust
The Stock Exchange Veterans
The South Square Trust
The Souter Charitable Trust
The Suffolk Community Foundation
The Surrey Community Foundation
The Thousandth Man – Richard Burns Charitable Trust
The Tula Trust Limited
The Two Ridings Community Foundation
The Warburtons Trust
The William Adlington Cadbury Charitable Trust
The Wilmcote Charitrust

News & Views

2020: The Year So Far

2020 has been a tough year for many of us, none more so than the families KidsOut supports. Covid-19 has led to a domestic abuse crisis. One call relating to domestic abuse was made to police every 30 seconds in the first seven weeks of lockdown. Most children arrive at a women’s refuge with only … Continue reading 2020: The Year So Far


KidsOut receives 1,200 Toy Boxes from Hasbro!

KidsOut were delighted to receive an amazing donation of 1,200 boxes of brand-new toys from Hasbro. The toys will be distributed to children entering women’s refuges around the UK as part of KidsOut’s Toy Box service. With an average of 10 toys per box, a total of roughly 12,000 toys were packed and donated by … Continue reading KidsOut receives 1,200 Toy Boxes from Hasbro!


KidsOut’s first-ever virtual Have a Ball at Home raises over £35,000

KidsOut’s first-ever virtual “Have a Ball at Home” was a great success, raising over £35,000 for the charity’s work with disadvantaged children in refuge. Hundreds of households from across the UK joined KidsOut via a livestream on the charity’s website and YouTube for a night of fun and fundraising on Thursday 30th July 2020. KidsOut … Continue reading KidsOut’s first-ever virtual Have a Ball at Home raises over £35,000


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