A big thank you to Joyce Bailey who kindly knitted matching outfits for two of our newly arrived dolls.
The care and detail of the craft has had Carefree Kids staff picking up the dolls in admiration, can you imagine how the children will react?
Joyce has been knitting items for Carefree Kids for several years and it is much appreciated.
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If you’d like to make a donation to Carefree Kids, please see our Donate page.
Our volunteers give so much, not only through their work with local children, they even help us to raise funds. Continue reading Volunteer’s birthday raises £475
The Mayor of Waltham Forest, Councillor Saima Mahmud, visited Carefree Kids on Tuesday 15 March 2016 to learn about the charity’s work. Continue reading Mayor visits Carefree Kids
The Mayor of Waltham Forest, Councillor Saima Mahmud will be visiting Carefree Kids on Tuesday 15 March 2016 to learn about Carefree Kids’ work. Continue reading Mayor to visit Carefree Kids
Carefree Kids has launched a new Resources section on our website.
Please go to Resources at the top of the home page to see the first of our resource sheets — Play & Play Therapy — with lots of ideas for online courses to join, videos to watch, websites to visit and information to read.
Over time, we will be adding more resources that we hope you will find useful.
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Two or our volunteer play workers are also artists and they have put together an exciting exhibition at the Centre for Better Health in Hackney in the first two weeks of November.
The opening is on the 6 November 2015 anytime between 5-9pm and everyone is welcome.
Continue reading Coming Through: Support our volunteers’ art exhibition
Book now for our next Study Day on Saturday 7 November. Everybody is welcome — volunteers old and new and other interested parties.
Entry is free. There will be drinks and buffet lunch provided (£3 donation please). Please book to say you are coming using the Contact Form.
Continue reading Book now for our Study Day 7 November 2015