We are DeafKidz International
Authentic and proven, DeafKidz International is a global leading organisation responding to the protection, health, wellbeing and access to education needs of deaf children, young people and adults worldwide.
Our vision: A world where Deaf, hard of hearing, deafened and DeafBlind children, young people and adults are able to live safely and without fear of abuse and exploitation.
Our mission statement: With safeguarding at the heart of all we do, DeafKidz International aims to respond comprehensively to the protection, health, wellbeing and access to education needs of deaf children, young people and adults worldwide.
Take part in one of our exciting events and help make a real difference at the same time!
We have two opportunities open at DeafKidz International: Fundraising and Communications Manager - UK and Office Manager - South Africa
Celebrating our DeafKidz Goal! Programme in Nagpur, India
In 2019, DeafKidz International and Slum Soccer forged a strong partnership, catalysing a 3-year pilot initiative in Nagpur named DeafKidz Goal!, generously funded by Comic Relief.
Urgent Laptop appeal for our DeafKidz Defenders Programme
Join us in making a difference for deaf children in Zambia and South Africa through the DeafKidz Defenders programme. If you are an individual or a business with old laptops and you are not sure what to do with them, we want to hear from you!
A Night of Celebration: Recap of the Grand Gala Hosted by Talking Hands for DeafKidz International
On Saturday 16th September 2023, to kick off International Week of Deaf People (18th – 24th September 2023), The Grand Hotel Brighton played host to an unforgettable evening!
‘Name Me Lawand’ Special Film Screening & Q&A with our Founder “The Volunteer”
This year saw the release of ‘Name Me Lawand’, a film which follows a young deaf boy, Lawand, who is on a quest to discover a world where there are people who will understand him. A true story, this film tells all in a way never seen before.
We’re working across the world to give DeafKidz the right to an accessible, safe childhood free from poverty, violence and exploitation.See where we work »