A big thank you to Holy Family School and a special thank you to the 6 children who presented with great skill on behalf of Carefree Kids and also collected over £85 for our charity through the sale of snacks and donations at their event on 16 May.
We would also like to thank the school staff and First Give for supporting the students with this.
Although we didn’t win the £1,000 it was a great night and wonderful to see all the effort, creativity and passion the children put into their presentations.
Please tell your family, friends and colleagues and share on social media:
If you’d like to make a donation to Carefree Kids, please see our Donate page.
Our fundraising at Sainsbury’s Beckton on the weekend of 17 and 18 December was very successful — we raised a grand total of £715.10 from Sainsbury’s customers donations and the collection pots by the tills. Continue reading Collection and carols raises over £700
Diaries out, here’s an event you can’t miss on Sunday 17 April 2016!
- A celebration of being alive and getting to know each other
- A chance to let your hair down and have a very interesting time as well
- A FUNraising event (admittedly there’s a ‘D’ in there somewhere but read on…)
Continue reading FunDraising event Sunday 17 April: all welcome!
We have been nominated by Barchester Green Investment for the Aviva Community Fund. If you register now you will get 10 votes – we hope you will use them all to support us! The winning charity will receive £5, 000! Vote now using the link below:
Follow our news
Our online funding campaign has 1 week left — we have almost reached £1000 but we need a final push! Please give whatever you can!
You can donate directly by going to the Carefree Kids page on GoGetFunding.
Continue reading GoGetFunding – Only 1 week left to give…
Ten local teenagers recruited through The Challenge — a charity that runs youth and community programmes with the aim of mixing diverse groups of people with each other — raised £338 for Carefree Kids in just a few hours this summer — money that will go towards buying a new laptop for Carefree Kids’ training work. Continue reading Local teenagers raise £338 for Carefree Kids in just a few hours
Carefree Kids was awarded a lottery grant of £250,000 in 2013 to expand its work in Waltham Forest and neighbouring boroughs. The funding will last until 2018.
This funding has enabled Carefree Kids to employ two part-time volunteer coordinators and has provided a big boost in the capacity of the charity to increase the reach and impact of its service.
Concert goers packed the magnificent dining hall of Forest School on Saturday 9 June 2012 to enjoy a charity fundraising concert ‘From Heart to the Heart’ given by world renowned cellist Alexander Baillie, accompanied on piano by John Thwaites. Continue reading Sell-out concert kick-starts urgent fundraising campaign