Claire to run London Marathon to support KidsAid

Congratulations go to Claire Labrum who ran the London Marathon on 13th April to raise funds for KidsAid.  Claire completed the marathon in 3hrs 52 minutes and raised £1421. This is an amazing achievement and if you still wish to support Claire please visit her donation page at: A huge thank you goes to Claire and her family for their generous support of Kidsaid.

Leading children’s welfare expert speaks at KidsAid National Conference

A leading expert on children’s welfare has suggested that Michael Gove should be locked in a room and compelled to watch the television series Educating Yorkshire. Dr Maggie Atkinson, Children’s Commissioner for England told a national conference on furthering understanding and help for vulnerable children that the Education Secretary had much to learn from the recent documentary series.

County Police Chief pledges his support of KidsAid

County Police chief Adrian Lee has pledged his support of KidsAid, a Northampton children’s charity headed by Countess Karen Spencer. The Chief Constable was speaking on Saturday, 26th October at a national conference organised by KidsAid and hosted by Earl and Countess Spencer at Althorp House.

National KidsAid Conference

KidsAid is hosting a major national conference on children’s mental health Conference, on October 26th 2013. It’s called “Early Interventions: Creating a Happier Future For Vulnerable Children?” We are tremendously fortunate (and grateful) that Earl and Countess Spencer are underwriting the event so that 100% of proceeds support KidsAid’s therapeutic work with children and young people. Full details are here. The booking form is here. Programme of the day is here. The day’s conference costs £99, including lunch in Althorp’s state dining room, for 5.5 […]

Official opening of KidsAid House

KidsAid is pleased to officially open KidsAid House – a base in Northampton town centre for the charity to provide therapy as well as office space for administration support. The official opening for KidsAid House, which is located at 85 St Giles Street in Northampton, was attended by local politicians and community representatives.