Kids Inspire helps disadvantaged young people turn their lives around and gives them back their future.
We support young people across Essex who are at an educational, social and/or economic disadvantage resulting from trauma or emerging mental health issues. For example they may have experienced sexual or domestic abuse, separation anxiety or significant loss.
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Over 100 ladies heard how therapy for children’s mental health and wellbeing is tailored on a case by case basis during a fundraising lunch in support of Kids Inspire. Shopping, fashion, a delicious two-course lunch and prosecco were all on the agenda for the leisurely lunch at the Channels Estate in Little Waltham on Friday Read more about Charity lunch opens up about how ‘one size’ of therapy does not fit all children[…]
Countryside Properties, based in Brentwood, has named Kids Inspire as their charity of the year. Throughout the year, the group intend to support the charity through volunteering and raising funds by hosting a variety of fundraising events, including quiz nights, raffles, bake offs, dress down days, donations from pop-up shops and more! The leading UK Read more about SPOTLIGHT: Countryside Properties[…]
High winds from storm Gareth couldn’t stop 24 half-marathon and 31 ‘fun runners’ completing their running challenge on behalf of Kids Inspire on Sunday 17 March. All runners representing the children’s charity – the youngest of which was eight years old – completed either the 3-mile fun run or the 13.1 mile half-marathon. Funds raised Read more about Brentwood half marathon & Fun Run… done![…]
Members of the Somatic Experiencing Association (SEAUK) will hear how the charity Kids Inspire applies somatic experiencing (SE) to their work relieving children of the symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), stress and overwhelm. The ninth SEAUK AGM will be hosted this Saturday, 16 March, with Sue Bell, Founder and CEO of Kids Inspire contributing Read more about Expert opinion: Relieving post-traumatic stress disorder[…]
Funds raised during the Brentwood-half marathon and Fun Run will go towards supporting children and young people with emerging mental health difficulties across Essex. Dozens of half-marathon and ‘fun runners’ taking part in the Sunday 17 March challenge will be representing Kids Inspire. Funds raised at the event won’t stop with sponsorship as dedicated volunteers Read more about Runners go the extra mile for children in Essex[…]
Meet James, he has signed up to support us in both the forthcoming Brentwood Half Marathon and the London Marathon… Read more to find out what inspired James to take on these personal challenges , what he is doing to prepare himself and why he chose to support Kids Inspire. Tell us a bit about Read more about Spotlight: James & his challenge events[…]
Spring time is in full swing and there is yet another ball on the horizon Ladies Festival 2019 is to be hosted by Angel Lodge of the Provincial Grand Lodge of Essex and looks set to be an eventful night
We are delighted to have been chosen as one of Perrywood,Tiptree, charities of the year – an independent, family-owned garden centre and nursery. The family run team work to produce and source quality plants and products for homes and gardens. Located between Tiptree and Kelvedon (with a second garden centre in Sudbury), the popular garden centre and nursery has Read more about Spotlight: Perrywood Garden Centre, Tiptree, Essex[…]
Hamptons Ball – Friday 1 March With live entertainment, a raffle, auction, DJ all night and casino tables it’s set to be a cracker of a night. New supporters Roamers Caterers – Event Catering Essex are hosting what looks to be a glamorous and tasty charity ball in support of us. 🔹 Hamptons Sports and Leisure Club, Read more about Spring dates for your diary[…]
…We are busy delivering emotional trauma training to teachers and leaders in Essex, with the aim of making a positive difference to young lives in Essex. As adults we are often guilty of comparing life through photos and posts we see on social media, and we all know how tough life is for young people Read more about What are we doing during Children’s Mental Health Week…[…]