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Kids Company: information for employees and creditors
Date:20 AUG 2015
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Kids Company has been wound up in the High Court and the Official Receiver has been appointed as liquidator.

The Insolvency Service has issued advice for employees and creditors as Kids Company is wound up in the High Court.

Information for employees

If you were employed by Kids Company and you have not already lodged a claim for redundancy and other entitlements with the Redundancy Payments Service, please contact the RPS helpline on 0300 331 0020 (9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday). Click here to read more information about your rights.

If you were self-employed and provided services to Kids Company you are not entitled to a redundancy payment. You will be a creditor in the liquidation.

Information for creditors

If you have supplied goods or services to Kids Company for which you have not been paid you will be a creditor in the liquidation. To make a claim for the money you are owed, email the Official Receiver providing your company details and the amount you are owed. Please put ‘Kids Company – creditor’ in the subject line of your email. If you do not have access to email you can telephone the Official Receiver on 020 7637 6364.

Insolvency enquiries

Click here to make a general enquiry to the Insolvency Service or telephone 0300 678 0015 (8am to 5pm, Monday to Friday).

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