Goodbye sprouts, hello pancakes! Children’s charity determined to bring joy by taking on Guiness World record on Pancake Day!
A Leeds charity, Kidz Klub Leeds, are raising money for children in the pandemic by aiming to beat a virtual record. They are aiming to beat a Guinness World Record on Pancake Day for the most people cooking online at the same time!
Just a few weeks ago Kidz Klub Leeds brought joy at Christmas as they delivered toys, turkeys, food hampers, furniture and white goods to families in need. As the pandemic continues, so do the requests from the families they work with.
For the past 20 years Kidz Klub Leeds has been working on the frontline and has supported over 26,000 inner city children in their communities, homes and schools, including clubs in Beeston, Holbeck and Middleton. They have had to adapt their work to meet the growing needs during the crisis. In addition to doorstep home visits, online clubs, family support work and trips, they have been delivering thrive packs, sanitisers and digital products such as phones, TV and laptops so that Kidz Klub children can continue their education at home.
Charity co-leader, Sarah, says:
“Times like these affect the children Kidz Klub serve worse than anybody else. This is not okay.”
Kidz Klub Leeds believes every child is precious and want to make a difference.
Tickets for this fun event are £5 and all the proceeds go towards increasing the charity’s frontline support work, which is very much needed for families most affected by the pandemic at this time. It will also help Kidz Klub to expand their work in other communities to support more children.
The event will be taking place on Shrove Tuesday – Pancake Day, 16 February 2021 at 7:30pm. To sign up to this official record-breaking attempt visit:
Will you join Kidz Klub to help the children of this city?
This post is based on a press release issued by Kidz Klub Leeds