Monthly Archives: October 2018

World Mental Health Day

9 October, 2018

This year’s theme for World Mental Health Day – set by the World Federation for Mental Health – is young people and mental health in a changing world. Naturally, this theme is extremely relevant to us and research has shown that foster care which offers stability, security and a good relationship, can help young people […]

Daniel & Susan’s Fostering Story

“We’re still learning new things everyday” Sixteen years ago, Daniel and Susan began their fostering journey. With friends and family suggesting they would make great foster parents they felt inspired to apply. The couple haven’t looked back since and have fostered over 20 children giving them all a safe and loving environment to call home. […]

Poetry Competition Winner

4 October, 2018

As National Poetry Day began to approach we launched a Poetry Competition for all of our foster children and birth children to take part in. National Poetry Day is a UK wide celebration of poetry and all things poetical. It is about everybody sharing, reading, writing and enjoying poetry. With this years theme being ‘change’ […]

Chris and Debbie’s Fostering Story

2 October, 2018

“I don’t think of fostering as a job” Chris explains how fate has led him to foster 10 children in 13 years. Chris and Debbie moved house, resulting in their son moving to a new college. It wasn’t long until he’d made a new set of friends, however there was a friend who would come […]