Scotland


Since Home for Good was launched as a campaign in 2013, there has been a group of passionate people connected with Home for Good in Scotland. Our Scotland Lead took up post in July 2018 and has been getting out and about meeting families, church leaders and other agencies and organisations.

Our champion network in Scotland continues to grow, so people considering fostering and adoption are being linked with people who have real and recent experience. Support groups are beginning to develop and churches are increasingly engaging with the Home for Good vision.

We are building partnerships and relationships with key stakeholders and currently work closely with three voluntary adoption agencies in Scotland : Scottish Adoption and St Andrew’s Children’s Society in Edinburgh, and with St Margaret’s Children and Family Care Society in Glasgow. We also work with Dean and Cauvin Trust, which provides a fostering service specifically for teenagers called ROOM4U.



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Eilidh Proudfoot

Eilidh Proudfoot

Scotland Lead

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