This year LGBT+ Adoption & Fostering week runs from 4-10 March 2019 and sees the return of the annual campaign which encourages more LGBT+ people to consider adoption & fostering and celebrates the success stories already out there! As a member agency of LGBT network New Family Social, The Children’s
Sue Jennings joined our organisation on 3rd February 2014 as an Administrator for our West Midlands team. Initially joining us at our Droitwich office, Sue has been a part of our office move to Bromsgrove as well as the continued growth of staff, carers and children in our Midlands region.
It had been three months since entering the care system and it’s nothing like I would have expected. The carers had asked what I would like for Christmas and this began the start of my yearly ritual of scouring the Argos catalogue looking for the items I would include on
“Pack your bags, you’re going away for a week” – A Care Leaver’s Story Early September, the day before I was due to start secondary school. I was excited that it was the first time I would start a school with other students in a new year. Previously my mom
With Christmas almost upon us it’s that time of the year where we take stock of where we are, as well as preparing for where we’re going in 2019. The end of 2018 will see the Trust with over 175 children placed and a total of 120 approved Foster
CFT have once again come together to raise funds for fellow charity Macmillan Cancer Support. 2018 saw the return of the nation’s favourite coffee morning and CFT embraced the spirit by holding coffee meeting’s at each of our regional offices throughout the UK. Combining our coffee mornings with our Foster
CFT have been truly blessed by not-for-profit organisation, Woolly Hugs, who have been making blankets for some of our children in foster care. The project titled ‘Snugs’ began in January 2018 with the intention of making blankets for the children in South Central region, but now nearly a year later
On August 25th 2018 our South Central staff team attended Southampton Pride and met with lots of very enthusiastic members of the local community. The event itself was very well organized event with many diverse and colourful stalls and acts throughout the day. There were many different organisations ranging