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Home | Community Service Information | ... KidsOut for children with special needs
KidsOut Day is organised by Rotary in association with the KidsOut Charity to provide a day of fun and happiness for disabled and under-privileged children at suitable venues such as a Theme Park, Zoos, Fun Fairs etc.
KidsOut day for 2012 was on 13th June
District 1100 has two multi-club events set up for clubs to choose from.
Cattle Country, nr Berkeley, organised by Gloucester; and West Midland Safari Park
The advantages of these two events are that all the arrangements with the venues, including safety issues and financial, and liaison with the KidsOut charity are done by the organisers. Your club just has to contact the special schools involved, arrange for the children to get to and from the venue and facilitate the children's activities.
Alternatively of course your club can do its own thing. In which case all the arrangements are left to your club. If you do organise your own KidsOut Day, rather than participate in a District organised event, you should follow RIBI's guidance which will open as a pdf.
District may still have funds available to subsidise clubs. Further information will be posted on this page when available.
KidsOut Charity may also make a small donation. If available, District Organisers will apply for the donation on behalf of the clubs participating in the District organised events.
For assistance and further information please email District1100Youth@sky.com