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Can you support local vulnerable young people?


Action for Children’s Kingfishers is a supported housing project for 18 to 25-year-olds with learning disabilities, based in Ebley, Stroud.

They enable young people to develop independence, take responsibility for their lives, and manage the transition from adolescence to adulthood.

The ultimate aim of a young person’s placement at Kingfishers is for them to develop the skills that will enable them to live in their own homes within their community with minimal support. Each young person has their own bedroom with en-suite and shared communal kitchen, living, and garden space.

If you would like to support young people at Action for Children’s Kingfishers service you can donate at Victoria Curtis is fundraising for Action for Children ( or for more information contact Nina Rice on 0788 988 7053 or email

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