We exist to:Get children active, having fun and learning together
To do this we operate globally to run activity camps for children, create activity jobs for young people and provide people, programmes, training and resources to individuals and organisations that work directly with children.
We’ve worked with over 2 million children and young people, and counting…
We’re a not-for-profit that has worked across the world to get over 2 million children and young people active and enjoying the benefits of an active lifestyle, and we’ve provided employment experience for around 20,000 young people.
Since we were formed in 1991, we’ve generated our own income and the programmes that we run and our work with external organisations positively contribute to our charitable objectives.
We’re committed to our vision of a world where children love being active.
We run sports and activity camps
Since 1991 we’ve operated the UK’s leading sports and activity camps. Our camps provide the opportunity for children to get active and have fun during the school holidays.
Our programmes include over 30 dynamic sports and activities that get 5-17s active, having fun and learning together. We deliver our camps at over 60 exceptional school and university sites across the UK.
We facilitate others who get children active
Through sport and active games, we’re on a mission to transform young lives across the globe. To achieve this, we work with a wide variety of organisations in childcare, sports coaching and development sectors to provide services including staff recruitment, programme design, training and service auditing.
Case studies & stories
Kings Camps receives Feefo Platinum Trusted Service Award
We’re committed to providing Kings Camps members with the best experience possible, both on and off camp. That’s why we’re thrilled to have won Feefo’s Platinum Trusted Service award; an independent seal of excellence that recognises businesses for delivering exceptional experiences, as rated by real customers.
Richard Holmes on ‘Being President for the Day’
A couple of weeks ago, returning from a visit to a refugee settlement 5 hours west of Kampala in Uganda, I found myself in the company of three very different people from separate countries in Sub-Saharan Africa, and I used the time to interview them about their thinking for improving the future of the region.
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Whether you’re interested in joining us in our mission to get children active, or want to find out more about our work please get in touch.