Films

A selection of short films produced by Home for Good. Ideal for church services. Great to share on social media.

Should the UK welcome refugee children and young people?

Dr Krish Kandiah, founder and director of Home for Good, explains why we want to find a home for every child who needs one.

In the Bleak Midwinter

In the Bleak Midwinter (All I Can Do), featuring Cathy Burton.

Christmas 2015: Thank you!

Thank you, and Merry Christmas from Home for Good.

5 ways to welcome unaccompanied asylum seeking children

An introduction to some of the issues foster carers of unaccompanied minors need to be aware of and how you can make a positive difference.

The relentless pursuit of justice

At the 2015 Summit, Krish Kandiah makes a passionate call to persevere in caring and advocating for vulnerable children.

An adoptive parent's journey of empowerment

At the 2015 Summit, Tania Bright talks about her journey from fears of inadequacy to believing that it might just be possible.

"But you can't love me"

At the 2015 Summit, Sue Clifford talks about when a church's love becomes a source of trauma for a child from care.

What you are doing matters, because family matters

At the 2015 Summit, Rob Parsons talks about being generous, vulnerable and honouring.

We can do better: infertility

At the 2015 Summit, Rachel Gardner talks about healing, fruitfulness and adoption.

Adoption Sunday 2015 (full)

A home for good can make all the difference to the life outcomes of children in care.

Adoption Sunday 2015 (2 min)

A home for good can make all the difference to the life outcomes of children in care.

Sus' story

Sus describes how she decided to foster, and later, adopt, her daughter.

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Jim and Pam's story

After a break from fostering, Jim and Pam decided to give it another go - one placement at a time.

Caroline's Story

Caroline and her husband decided to adopt after an Adoption Sunday at their church.

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