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Christian adopters and foster carers in Suffolk are joining together as Home for Good: Suffolk. We are a local group championing the vision and values of the national Home for Good initiative who want to see the Church playing its part in recruiting foster carers and adopters, equipping churches to support families that foster and adopt, and encouraging peer support.
Adoptive parents and foster carers first heard about ‘Home for Good’ in June 2013, at an area-wide gathering. Following this event, several carers in Ipswich began to meet, and three churches - St Augustine’s, Colchester Road Baptist Church and Burlington Road Baptist Church – took part in Adoption Sunday 2013.
The vision of a county-wide movement was born in Spring 2014, when Home for Good began to link adoptive parents and carers with others in Sudbury and Stowmarket. We were passionate to see more churches in Suffolk to play their part in promoting the need for adopters and foster carers, and to help connect and build peer support for those caring for vulnerable children. Home for Good: Suffolk was launched in June 2014, with a concert.
Our team is made up of a Regional Co-ordinator and Area Co-ordinators.
Melissa is the Regional Co-ordinator. An adoptive mother and foster carer, Melissa oversees and co-ordinates the activities and promotion in Ipswich.
Ben is an Area Co-ordinator. An adoptive father, he co-ordinates the activities and promotion in Lowestoft.
Paul and Louise are Area Co-ordinators for Sudbury, co-ordinating activities and promotion in their area. They have been foster carers and are now adopters.
Trish is an Area Co-ordinator. She is an adoptive mother, who co-ordinates the activities and promotion in Hadleigh and the surrounding villages.
Becky is the Area Co-ordinator for Stowmarket and Bury St Edmunds, co-ordinating activities and promotion in those areas. She is an adoptive mother.
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