Foundations course

Thursday 20 April - 25 May 2023

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What?
Foundations course - V1
When?
20 Apr 2023 - 8-9.30pm
Where?
Online

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The Home for Good Foundations course is for anyone who wants to further explore fostering or adoption. Whatever stage of the journey you are on, we believe Foundations will equip you to better understand fostering and adoption, and enable you to make well-informed decisions.

We are able to welcome up to 80 households to join this six-week course, and will be delivering each evening’s content through presentations, video, storytelling and interviews as a full group, and then using smaller breakout groups of six - ten households for discussion, Bible study and prayer. Each breakout group will be led by our wonderful Home for Good Champions with personal experience of fostering or adoption. These groups will remain the same throughout the six weeks of the course, enabling you to get to know each other as you journey together.

The course will be led by various members of the Home for Good team, many of whom are adoptive parents and foster carers themselves, and you’ll be able to hear a huge variety of stories and have your questions answered by people with understanding and experience.

We really hope you will join us for this Foundations course! Please complete the booking form below to secure your place, and a member of the team will be in touch with Zoom details the week leading up to the first session. We highly recommend that you join one of our fostering or adoption information sessions prior to joining us for the Foundations course - view what's coming up and register here.


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