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National Adoption Week: Give a child a ‘forever family’

THERE ARE more than 6,000 children currently waiting in the care system.

Families that Last are encouraging prospective parents to consider adoption as a way to build their family.

Up to 25 per cent of the children in the care system are black, asian or of mixed heritage. Last year these children made up only 15 per cent of those who were adopted.

We need more adopters from our community to come forward and provide these children with the love and stability that they deserve.

Everyone deserves to be part of a ‘forever family’ and you could help a child today. These children really need a family prepared to offer them the love and commitment they seek and we believe that with our support, you can give these children a better future.

Our Families that Last team has extensive experience of finding stable homes for children who would otherwise remain in the care system. We provide on-going adoption support for as long as adoptive families need it, including our SafeBase parenting programme that ensures families get off to the best possible start.

Recent changes to the assessment process for prospective adopters mean that more children can be adopted with fewer delays. Our Families that Last team can tell you all about the new adoption process and how you can start or grow your family.

For more information visit Our Exploring Adoption events are happening in Manchester, Liverpool and Leeds this National Adoption Week

Get in touch today!

Call: 0300 456 2656

Text: ADOPT to 60777

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