Cahoots: new name for Kids’ Club but same programs on offer


Melissa Robinson (left) and Mikaela Powell on  the recent graduates (18+ years) camp to Landsdale Farm School.
Melissa Robinson (left) and Mikaela Powell on the recent graduates (18+ years) camp to Landsdale Farm School.

A NEW name spells another era of service for a community disability provider of children’s’ camps and programs.

Cahoots is the name for Kids’ Clubs, the organisation supporting young people with disability, families and carers in WA for over 30 years.

The new brand supports an expansion program to provide more opportunities to develop friendships, skills and confidence, as well as provide additional support to families and carers.

Guests at a party to unveil new name included families, staff and volunteers, along with Darlington T-shirt designer Daniel Pavlovic.

Cahoots chief executive Jess Karlsson said the name change involved consultations with staff and the community.

“We are incredibly excited about our new brand that encapsulates our core values, communicating a sense of fun and excitement revolving around friendship, collaboration, support and team work,” she said.