MAKE THE DIFFERENCE
Proudly Supported by ACT Policing and
Rotary Clubs of Canberra
Our Mandate and Mission
Our purpose is to advance social and public welfare by providing support to any at-risk children and those living in poverty without discrimination within the Australian Capital Territory (ACT).
We wish to further enhance the emotional, mental and physical wellbeing of all children involved in the Child Protection system of the ACT.
The goal is to preserve the children’s social and environmental development.
Our major sponsor is Icon Water. Thanks for all they do for us and the kids in care in ACT
We are a non-profit Charity with ACNC status
Since the inception of Kids in Care in 2013 hundreds of children have been helped. Thousands of dollars have been raised to purchase gifts for these children to allow them have a better Xmas.
What we are doing now and upcoming events
AFP Gift Giving
Commissioner Reece Kershaw handed over a HUGE amount of presents to Kids in Care.
This massive contribution was a result of giving trees that were set up in AFP Headquarters. We can’t believe how generous staff at the AFP have been and we are so proud to be supported by the organisation.
The annual charity drive was started by ACT Policing’s Detective Sergeant John Giles after he and his team attended an incident in December 2013 where they found four small children who had been neglected, including a baby who was only a few weeks old.
“These children had the clothes on their backs and very little else. One of the children, a little girl who was around 4 years old, offered to show me her Christmas tree, which she said was beautiful,” Detective Sergeant Giles said.
“I was mortified by what I saw, and I knew I had to do something, and that something was
Kids in Care .”
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Other ways to Give
Donations of toys are always welcome
Become a Friend
If you would like to help us in some small way please feel free to use the Contact us page to let us know
We regularly throughout each year hold BBQ's or raffles and need help with volunteers. If you can help please let us know