COVID-19: Help at-risk children in Bristol

Vulnerable children in Bristol are being put at even greater risk by COVID-19.


Home for Good has been made aware by Bristol City Council’s fostering team that they are being put under increasing pressure by COVID-19.

Bristol has an amazing group of more than 300 foster carers, many of whom have come to fostering after their birth children have grown up or following a different career. There are also many kinship caring grandparents, providing care for their grandchildren.

This means that a large proportion of carers are at heightened risk from the virus and many will need to self-isolate, with more expected in the coming weeks. There are already 25 fostering households having to self-isolate.

As the city becomes more vulnerable and families less resilient, the Council is expecting an increase in the number of children who will need the City’s support and care.

We are asking Christians in Bristol who may be able to open their home to a vulnerable child to complete the form below.

On completion, Home for Good will be in touch with next steps.


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