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Building a brighter future for orphan children

Orphan children

Many children face traumas in life that should never be experienced by anyone! Not only is their whole existance turned upside down but often they are treated as a nuisance – at the bottom of the pile!

We call our charity TOP Kids! because we are determined to help them feel special and let them know that there are people who really care about them. We believe that every child deserves the opportunity to grow up in a loving, safe, and positive environment, with lots of encouragement. We also believe that, being an orphan, does not prevent them from achieving great things in life, no matter what has happened to them.

The Vision

Our Vision is to provide loving family homes, that the children need and long for. Homes where they know that they are loved, accepted and safe. We do this by encouraging families in Belarus to open up their homes and their hearts to become foster parents and to provide a loving home for the orphan children. We then support those families, materially, financially and personally.

We are also making plans to build homes, where children with specific needs can live in a family too. We have the land and we are hoping that we will be given the permissions needed. By being close together, the families will be able to support and encourage each other.

Registered Charity

Top Kids! is a Charitable Incorporated Organisation [Registered UK Charity Number 1175282].  Our trustees share the responsibility for the charity. Our accounts are fully audited and submitted to the charity commission annually.

Board of Trustees

Dr Glen Baker, Alan Shearn, Paul Mallett and Nathan Duggan are the trustees of TOP Kids. Together they provide many years of experience working in the voluntary sector for charities.

Volunteers making it happen

All of our UK team are working on a voluntary basis. We also appreciate the help of many volunteers from across the UK. The dedication of everyone involved is what helps us to develop this growing charity.

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