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Our vision is a home for every child who needs one. In the UK, 4,000 children are waiting for adoption and 9,000 foster families are desperately needed. We believe that the Church can make a difference. Home for Good raises awareness of the need for foster and adoptive parents, encourages families to provide loving homes for the children in care, and equips the Church to offer welcoming communities for them. We are dedicated to inspiring, equipping and coordinating the network of local movements, churches and individuals who are making our vision a reality.

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Upcoming events

Information Evening - Home for Good Southampton

When? 13/07/2016 -

19:30 to 21:30

Where? Southampton

An inspiring and informative evening for people to find out more about what fostering and adoption involve and how to get started.

Information Evening - Home for Good Suffolk

When? 20/07/2016 -

19:45 to 21:00

Where? Bury St Edmunds

An inspiring and informative evening for people to connect with Home for Good: Suffolk, and to find out more about what fostering and adoption involve.

Children's and Youth Worker Training Session

When? 13/11/2016 -

14:00 to 16:30

Where? Reading

A training session for anyone involved with children's or youth work at church to learn more about working with and supporting children who are fostered or adopted

Resources
Our Films

Should the UK welcome refugee children and young people?

Dr Krish Kandiah, founder and director of Home for Good, explains why we want to find a home for every child who needs one.

Adoption Sunday 2015 (full)

A home for good can make all the difference to the life outcomes of children in care.

The relentless pursuit of justice

At the 2015 Summit, Krish Kandiah makes a passionate call to persevere in caring and advocating for vulnerable children.

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