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Thank you for all of your support in the Champions for Children Big Give Campaign.

KIDS Charity were honoured to have taken part in this cause, and so many of you donated to help support our services for disabled children, young people and their families.

Disabled children and their families are at crisis point, with the real prospect of children’s safety and well-being at risk.  Having additional health and emotional needs, yet facing a reality where most of their trusted face to face, and social interaction services, are not taking place, is a desperate situation for such vulnerable families. With 10% of UK families having a disabled child, and a third of these in poverty, KIDS is experiencing increased demand for our services.

KIDS will adapt the services we provide to disabled children to offer vital support and continuity at this highly stressful time. Developing services able to be provided remotely, will ensure that we are here for the people who rely on our support. We will provide additional resources to those whose diagnoses require them to be shielding. As the current situation eases and restrictions are lifted, we will provide extra activities designed to re-integrate children into their communities.

We reached our £100,000 target and some more, which will be used to adapt our services during these unprecedented times, and beyond the crisis, shape our future support.

From everyone here at KIDS,

Thank you!

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