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Read our latest news update from Scotland here.

In Scotland, we want to see the care system at the top of the Church’s agenda. That’s why we are always looking to inspire and equip more churches across the nation, helping them play their part to ensure that every child experiences the stability, care, and sense of belonging they deserve. If you or your church community are passionate about care experienced children and those who care for them, we would love to hear from you!

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We also have a wonderful, growing team of volunteers across Scotland, from the Orkney Islands, to Aberdeen, Glasgow to Edinburgh. We are always seeking more volunteers to help us inspire the local Church, offer peer support to prospective and/or current carers, and ultimately find homes for the many children who are waiting. To find out about becoming a volunteer in Scotland, click below or contact your local team member today!

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The Scotland Team are also committed to sparking systemic change too and are proud stakeholders of The Promise. The Promise Scotland is responsible for driving the work of change demanded by the findings of the Scottish Independent Care Review. We help gather the stories, experiences, and wisdom of care-experienced children and those who care for them, and we help build a bridge between those whose voices that are too often ignored, and those who have the power to enact real change, ensuring the Scottish Government #KeepThePromise.

To help stay up to date with Home for Good Scotland news and events you can join our Facebook Group, a growing community of church leaders, current carers and others who are passionate about care experienced children and young people and those who care for them. Alternatively, you can read our latest update.

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Tamsyn Radmall

Tamsyn Radmall

Scotland Lead

My name is Tamsyn Radmall and I am really excited to be joining the Home for Good team, overseeing the work in Scotland. I have been living in Edinburgh now for 11 years, first as a student studying Theology and Philosophy and then moving on to work. I have spent the last seven years both on the leadership team of Central Church and as the director of a charity running leadership courses and conferences in secondary schools, primarily focused on schools in deprived areas. I decided to move on from this into a job at Home for Good because I have always had a passion for the cause. My dad is adopted and we grew up with a strong understanding of what this could mean for an individual and their family. I am passionate about championing the voice of foster carers, adoptive families and supported lodgings hosts throughout Scotland.

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