Rotary KidsOut Day
 
Thousands of children with special needs will enjoy a memorable day out when they take part in the annual Rotary KidsOut Day, the largest day out for disadvantaged children and young people in the UK.
 
More than 28,000 children and their carers will be taken on trips to the seaside, zoos, safari parks, museums, theme parks, and farms across the UK, organised and supervised by members from hundreds of Rotary clubs from Great Britain and Ireland.
 
More than 100 venues will be visited with at least 1,700 volunteers, supported by local authorities, police and fire services, working to ensure that the day is as safe as it is special for the children and their carers.
 
Rotary KidsOut Day gives children the opportunity to experience and discover new things. Rotary volunteers love taking part in the KidsOut Day - it is a day filled with laughter and fun.
 
Since the first Rotary KidsOut Day in 1990, more than 350,000 children have benefited from a fun-packed day out.