Together we can make a difference for every vulnerable child.

Every year 40,000 children and young people come into care in the UK. We want every child to have a stable and loving home where they can thrive.

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Our vision

As the Church responds to our Biblical call to care for the vulnerable, we will see families stepping forward to foster or adopt every child waiting for a home, we will see safe and welcoming churches being a committed supportive community for every family, and we will see every Christian playing their part for vulnerable children.


How we hope to find a home for every child who needs one.

Christmas

The Christmas story has radical hospitality at its heart. Use our ‘Strange Christmas’ resources to explore the familiar nativity scene in a fresh way, so that whether your congregation is hearing about Jesus’ birth for the first time or the fiftieth time, they are challenged to consider how we welcome the stranger. Resources include a short film, sermon notes and activities for children.

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Christmas

Home for Good meal

What better way to explore the huge subject of fostering and adoption than over a meal with friends. The Home for Good meal is the ideal resource for small groups or churches keen to learn and reflect together, including a teaching film, Bible study, discussion starters and questions for reflection. We offer the full menu of resources, you just need to provide the food!

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Home for Good meal

Children's and youth leader training

Children’s and youth leaders have the opportunity to play a deeply significant and supportive role in the lives of vulnerable children and the families who care for them. Through our children’s and youth leader training we want to equip you to better understand the needs of looked after and care experienced children, so you can ensure your ministry is safe, effective and appropriate.

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Children's and youth leader training

Contact your MP

Whatever your situation and wherever you are in the UK, you can make a difference by raising awareness of the needs of vulnerable children with your local MP and asking them to speak up for them in Parliament. Use our tools and templates to write your letter or email, and be part of transforming policy and practice for the better for vulnerable children and those who care for them.

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Contact your MP

Stand with us

Join our incredible network of supporters, volunteers, champions and churches and play your part for vulnerable children.

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Support families

Could you be part of the much-needed supportive community for families who care for vulnerable children?

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Step up to care

More foster and adoptive families are urgently needed to ensure every child has the home they need. Find out more through the buttons below.

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Stories

Ethan

Ten-year-old Ethan was in short-term foster care waiting for his home for good through long-term fostering. Foster carer Jane shares his story.

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Becky

Church leader Becky explains how God called her to give a child a loving home and tells the story of adopting her son and how the whole church wrapped around them.

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Katy

Katy is only three but had known as many families in her short life. Thankfully, though, she has now been placed for adoption with Chris and Louise, who were prompted to adopt through Home for Good. Louise shares their story.

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Jon

Foster carer Jon talks about why caring for vulnerable children matters so much for Christians, even though it is costly, and shares his heart for the children he cares for.

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