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Opportunity for all

Action For Kids believe every disabled young person should be able to live the life they choose. Donating to AFK helps us make this a reality.

Opportunity for all

Action For Kids believe every disabled young person should be able to live the life they choose. Donating to AFK helps us make this a reality.

Opportunity for all

Action For Kids believe every disabled young person should be able to live the life they choose. Donating to AFK helps us make this a reality.

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DO AN EVENT

The Morrisons Great Newham London Run

19 July 2015

Action For Kids has places in a host of active challenge events to help you off the sofa, and into your trainers. Whether you’re starting from scratch, or switching it up, signing up for an Action For Kids challenge will help you to reach your goals – whatever your fitness level.

Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100

02 August 2015

Cycle 100 miles of town and country, with the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey100. From east London out to Surrey and then back into the capital, this annual endurance bike ride is an event not to be missed. Get involved with the London - Surrey bike ride and sign up with Action For Kids today!

ArcelorMittal Orbit Abseil

16 May 2015

Steel yourself for a nailbiting abseil from the UK's tallest sculpture, in the heart of the 2012 Olympic Park and raise money for disabled children and young people. Action For Kids have a place waiting for you right now!

WHATS BEEN GOING ON

Clare gets her dream wheelchair

22 April 2015

Thanks to your support we’ve been able to provide 22-year old Clare, from Derby with a life-changing electric wheelchair. Clare, who has cerebral palsy, only had a manual wheelchair, which was inadequate to meet many of her day-to-day needs. This also meant she was reliant on her parents pushing her everywhere.

Stacey at Flashback Records

17 April 2015

With this year’s Record Store Day on 18th April 2015, Action For Kids’ student Stacey, who has Down’s Syndrome, has been undertaking work experience at the independent record store Flashback Records, in north London. Action For Kids caught up with Stacey and store manager Kevin to talk about her work experiences, and of course music!

Steve Antony's Workshop!

14 April 2015

Steve Antony, the highly acclaimed creator of children’s books, Please Mr Panda and The Queen’s Hat, gave a free workshop to students at our offices in London. Prior to making it in the book world, Steve worked as a disability school support worker in Swindon. Steve explained his inspirations and helped young people with physical and learning disabilities build stories and create their own fantastical tales.

WHO'S TAKING ACTION

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