Suki cared for a #Jewish child who was thrilled she’d helped her celebrate #Hanukkah, read her story here…
#Hanukkah is the #Jewish word for ‘dedication’, could you dedicate your time to a #foster child like Daniella?…

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Foster carers are needed from all ethnic origins with varying faiths, cultures and languages, especially for sibling groups, teenagers, children from black and minority ethnic groups, children with disabilities and asylum seeking children. Help make a difference by supporting our #OneMoreHome campaign.

Can you foster? Take our quiz to see if you fit the criteria to foster children and young people. If you are inspired to become a foster carer, here is what you can expect in 8 steps to fostering.

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News You Need To Know

Children Looked After, Adoptions and Care Leavers: 2017-18

The Department for Education (DfE) has published a Statistical First Release providing national and local authority level data about looked after children and young people, care…

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Ending child imprisonment

Article 39 has launched a collaborative campaign to end child imprisonment in England. The campaign proposes to: press for the closure of England’s child prisons…

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Looked after children

The What Works Centre for Children’s Social Care has published a study looking at local authority variation in the rates of children in care in…

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Why I Ran Away from Foster Care when I was 12

A short video on the BBC Dorset website tells the story of Kayleigh who was 12 years old when she first ran away from her…

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