Children’s emotional wellbeing to benefit from charitable partnership

Kids Inspire, The Children’s Society and Southend YMCA have formed a partnership to support the emotional wellbeing needs of children, young people and their families across Essex. The partnership, which is made up of experienced children’s mental health and youth professionals from the three organisations, formed some months ago and was successful in bidding for a Read more about Children’s emotional wellbeing to benefit from charitable partnership[…]

INTRODUCING: Inspire Essex Wellbeing Services

Inspire Essex Wellbeing Services is the private arm of the Kids Inspire Organisation. It will offer the same professional mental health and wellbeing services available under Kids Inspire and will return all profits made into the heart of the Kids Inspire organisation – the charitable arm. Recognised and celebrated for it’s aim and focus, Inspire Read more about INTRODUCING: Inspire Essex Wellbeing Services[…]

‘Stay Alive’ support service

Funding has been granted for a new support service for young people (aged 5-25) presenting vulnerable to suicidal thoughts or self-harming actions However, even with substantial funding from Postcode Community Trust and Futures for Kids, additional funds will help to increase the reach following a recent significant rise in referrals for this type of service Read more about ‘Stay Alive’ support service[…]

Charity lunch opens up about how ‘one size’ of therapy does not fit all children

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[…]

SPOTLIGHT: Countryside Properties

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[…]

Brentwood half marathon & Fun Run… done!

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![…]

Expert opinion: Relieving post-traumatic stress disorder

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[…]

Runners go the extra mile for children in Essex

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[…]