by KidultNation in London, England, United Kingdom



raised of £50,000 target
0% 7 days left
This project will only be funded if at least £50,000 is pledged by July 26th 2019 at 9:46am

The aim of our project is to allow children to have a safe space online to interact with their peers under constant parent regulation.

by KidultNation in London, England, United Kingdom

Our vision is to create a social platform where children can interact with each other without the exposure to explicit content and other cyber-worldly risks. We aim, to deliver a fun, safe, and educational platform enabling children to interact with their peers freely. Which in turn giving parents the peace of mind that their child is in a safe place online. We work closely with the parents to make sure they also know what their child have been up to online. 

In today's society, there is a lot of online content, children are exposed to a lot of negative imagery which in turn can affect the way the child may perceive themselves, they also have have access to online content that is not age appropriate. Despite sites being regulated children are often exposed to cyber-bulling, which has been unfortunately a problem in recent years contributing to the rise of suicide within young people. We aim to help highlight this issue and want to help take a stand online to finally make a safe space for children. 

On reaching our target we will further progress the development of the site.We then focus on expanding the recognition of the service, and expanding the website to anywhere in the world where children could possible have access to the internet. We want to KEEP OUR KIDS SAFE ONLINE help us make this a reality. 


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Diner for two at burger and lobster- parents night out

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