Annual Review 2017-18



Introduction from our CEO

Change is difficult. There are no two ways about it and we have been through a time of reflection, challenge and transformation. With core funding streams drawing to a close we have had to look at how we can be small at the centre but ambitious about extending our reach to children and families in need.

We have carefully considered our future and are clear that our gift is to provide practical support to children and families facing a bullying situation. We know that our ZAP workshops are a precious lifeline to families and want to make these available to many more children in England and Wales. One parent shared that ZAP ‘was the start of life improving for my child and our family’.

We want to draw alongside children and families when they need us most. We want to build a Kidscape community, encouraging and empowering children, parents, carers and teachers throughout England and Wales to stop bullying and keep children safe. We also want to build an army of supporters to raise awareness of Kidscape and help fund our vital work.

With your help we can give hope. Will you join us?

Lauren Seager-Smith, CEO

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