Putting Children, Young People and Families First


Just click on the children, young people or families buttons below to find out more about our range of charitable services.


children helped

Help us to raise £50k in 50 days

It costs over £3000 every day for us to support over 5800 children a year. Right now we have a waiting list. There's not capacity to help everyone who needs us. This means that some children in need will have to wait to access our services.

And even then we may not be able to help everyone. For these children, every day counts.


Could help us to support 250 children, young people and families

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Children inspired by nature in 2014/2015

Give children the gift of nature

Out2Play and Forest School are key to our outdoor education strategy.

We need your help to bring these services to more children across the whole island.


Could pay for outdoor play equipment for a child

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Self esteem restoring sessions last year

Boost young people’s sense of self-esteem

Young people can often need help in realising their full potential. Building their sense of achievement in their own abilities is key to making this happen. See how MOBEX can help.


Could buy a young adult equipment for a Kayaking session

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Upcoming Events

GraniteMann Off Road Triathlon Sponsored by PWC

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The only off road Triathlon in the Isle of Man! This hugely popular triathlon will be held on Sunday 2nd October 2016. The event is in its third year ..


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Latest News

Out2Play Summer 2016 Dates and Venues

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Throughout the Summer Holidays you'll be able to find us touring the Island building swings and dens; enjoying water fights and belting down home made..


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There are many ways you can support our work.

  • £3,000 per day to run our charitable programmes
  • £7 benefit for every £1 spent on Thriving families programme
  • 40% of local children and young people engaged in our services
  • 16 groups of all ages hosted at the Farm each week