Find out how Kangaroos makes a real difference to the lives of people with learning disabilities in our latest Impact Report. The booklet is a reminder of why we, as a charity are here – to bring colour to the lives of people with learning disabilities.
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We had everything crossed when lockdown restrictions were lifted back in March 2021 that we would be able to enjoy a summer of fun. We are so grateful that all of our hopes and dreams came true!
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We did it! After what can only be described as an incredibly challenging year and a half, we finally managed the very best of what we do at Kangaroos! Continue reading “Kangaroos summer adventures at Hindleap Warren”
Here’s a fabulous round-up of why one of our sessional workers loves working at Kangaroos.
Take it away Cassi!
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Once again we have been blown away by the support and fundraising efforts from our heroes and heroines in the local business community. This week we are celebrating the awesome achievement of Jane Todd who walked 100 miles along the South Downs Way to achieve a lifetime ambition and raise money for Kangaroos.
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This week is Carers Week in the UK and we as a charity want to support the campaign to help make caring visible.
Every family that relies on our services has one or more members of the family who have unpaid caring roles. In doing research for this blog, I was shocked to learn that there are around 6.5 million carers in the UK – that’s 1 in 8 adults who are carers. Continue reading “Kangaroos supports Carers Week to make caring visible”