What We Do
Kairos Generation supports those experiencing assault and abuse trauma. We campaign to raise awareness and promote understanding. And research to improve services.
Our Little Ro initiative support survivors of childhood sexual assault and abuse and raises awareness of the trauma and long-term effects. We also campaign to raise awareness of the inequities of childism 1
Working with partners, Kairos Gen highlights life-altering inequalities the mainstream media often fail to prioritise, particularly women’s issues. Our methods include broadcast and podcasts, and workshops. Read our story.
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Helping people on a transformative journey from the sad, scared, scarred self to calmness and coping of inner peace and self-love no matter what caused their trauma.
Hurt and hardship have increased in society, and many individuals want to see things improve. And we can make a massive impact if we come together. So we formed Kairos Gen. We see Kairos Generation as the movement for the 21st Century. We are happy to work in partnership on initiatives to overcome adverse childhood experiences, Afriphobia and sexism, where our values align.
Karios Generation is a registered community interest company [CIC]. So, we are a non-profit and our income is invested in the business to provide a better service to make society fairer, kinder, and human.
Projects That Need Funding
So much suffering and sadness. But we are in this to change that game. Of course, we cannot do that without you. And it’s your donations that help make life-changing experiences come true.
We are keen to give the invisible people in society a voice. So we are looking to raise funding to hold a course on public speaking. It’s the number one fear for most people. Imagine how it feels when one is invisible. Support us and donate.
We have found a therapist willing to work with a small group, we need to match funds to help adult child survivors on their way to recovery, on their journey through trauma. They need help hope and healing and we need you. Support us and donate.
Sadly, BIPOC live in an oppressive system. Add childhood sexual and emotional abuse and it’s more painful. And then perhaps rejection for who you love. BIPOC trauma is confusing and layered. MixUp understands the complexity of these traumas because we are a QTBIPOC lead inclusive support group. Email to join
- Childism is defined as “a prejudice against children on the ground of a belief that they are property and can (or even should) be controlled, enslaved, or removed to serve adult needs.”