Responding to the refugee crisis

Thank you for visiting the Home for Good website in response to the refugee crisis.

Home for Good works with many local authorities across the UK and are compiling a database of people who have space in their homes and may be interested in exploring further the possibility of fostering unaccompanied asylum-seeking children for a few days in an emergency, short term or long term. 

Unaccompanied minors are extremely vulnerable and may also be traumatised following the loss of everything and everyone they know, long and tortuous journeys, and possibly having witnessed the death of family members.  They may find it difficult to communicate and difficult to trust. It is vitally important that these children are placed in safe homes where they can have the time, space and support to begin to rebuild their lives. 

If you are happy to be contacted about welcoming asylum-seeking children please leave your details below. 

We will contact you with your next steps by email within 24 hours. 

Read our FAQs about fostering unaccompanied minors.

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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.

Adoption Information Evening

When? 28/06/2016 -

19:30 to 21:00

Where? Leicester

An inspiring and informative evening, hosted by Home for Good and Family Care, for people to find out more about what adoption involves and how to get started.

The Bowers

Karen and Allen share some of their story of adopting two brothers

2:25 adoption prayer group

The 2:25 prayer group enables parents and carers to meet together, support one another and pray for one another and their families.