Home for Good
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Our vision is a home for every child who needs one. In the UK, there is an urgent need for more than 7,000 foster families and there are not enough people coming forward to adopt children who wait the longest for adoption - children over the age of four, with additional needs, from black and minority ethnic communities and who are part of a sibling group.
We believe that the Church can make a difference. Home for Good raises awareness of the need for foster and adoptive parents, encourages families to provide loving homes for the children in care, and equips the Church to offer welcoming communities for them. We are dedicated to inspiring, equipping and coordinating the network of local movements, churches and individuals who are making our vision a reality.
More information from either Pippa Carter or Safi Newton:
Yorkshire and North East Region Lead ( Maternity Cover)
020 38350886 / 07753275591
Head of Enquiries and Family Care
0300 001 0995
Working Days: Monday, Wednesday 10-2, Thursday and Friday
Latest news from Home for Good
Make Room: A new four-session Bible study resource from Home for Good.
Posted on: 5th April 2022
Enlarge the site of your tent [to make room for more children]; stretch out the curtains of your dwellings, do not spare them; lengthen ....
Churches across Leeds join with Home for Good to help Leeds Council Fostering team find carers.
Posted on: 7th May 2020
In the midst of crisis Christians can respond to the Cities need for more safe and loving homes for the most vulnerable children.
Latest events from Home for Good
OctCreating Communities of Welcome
Home for Good are holding a webinar to help you understand how to make a supportive space for children in care.