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Colin Brough May 27
Playing the fame game ... at the end of Foster Care Fortnight
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Shadim Hussain May 16
Great to be at the welcoming refugees event with
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Diane McCulloch May 27
At the end of Foster Care fortnight and I would like to say a big thank you to our amazing foster carers and all the team involved in supporting foster carers and adopters. Life changing! .
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BBC News NI May 17
'I will be holding it for myself and everybody else.' Hollie has been recognised for her work promoting foster care.
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Kirklees Fostering May 22
We're already on Day 10 of foster care fortnight, missed us yesterday and want to find out more? Our team are on hand to chat and provide you with all the information you need about becoming an foster carer! Please do get in touch 0800 389 0086!
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VOYPIC May 16
VOYPIC Young Leader, Stacie showing her support for Foster Care Fortnight
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Sara Lurie May 24
We worked with primary school aged children living in fostering households and here’s what they have told us!
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Sara Lurie May 23
It’s always great to see ⁦⁩ and wonderful to have his unwavering support ⁩ 👏👏👏👏👏
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Kat Regester May 24
Today I met Mark who fosters babies. His wife is a lawyer and he’s the main carer. Looked after 12 babies in 7 years 👶🏾👶🏼👶🏻Randomly he came round to pick up a gazebo through freecycle. So good to hear his story. Hero!
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Arthur Cox NI May 17
Great to be at 's Foster Care Fortnight Celebration Brunch in Malone House this morning. Carley Chapman and Colm McElroy met the inspirational Holly George, who won the inaugural Fostering Network President’s Award for outstanding contribution to fostering.
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DfE May 20
Fostering and adoption can change lives. Our fostering ambassador tells us about why you should consider fostering or adopting a child.
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1000 Voices May 22
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Thelma Walker MP May 15
In Yorkshire there are approx 6,700 fostered children but only 5,550 foster families. In support of Foster Care Fortnight, I am calling for willing people to come forward and make a positive change to children’s lives by becoming foster carers.
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The Fostering Network May 26
As we enter the last few hours of Foster Care Fortnight we want to take one more opportunity this to say:
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Delcan Downes May 22
Regional Organiser Stuart Perry preparing to talk foster carers about the GMB Union at Oxfordshire Foster Network.
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Emma Lewell-Buck MP May 9
Supporting for . Whilst no carer does it for money, when only 9% are being paid at or above living wage & are trying to provide the very best for the children they care for its clear why we have a shortage. Time for the Government to value foster carers.
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TACT Foster & Adopt May 24
TACT foster carers Ronda and Roderick talked to their local paper about how fostering changed their lives. Thank you
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Sara Lurie May 24
It’s and we’ve launched our reports and resources! What have young children told us? All can now be downloaded👏👏👏
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The Fostering Network May 26
Have you seen our Foster Care Fortnight film featuring presenter and DJ ? In this clip Pandora talks about how her foster carers helped change her future. Watch the whole film here:
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Michael Atwal-Brice May 20
Week 2 of Fostercare fortnight and we’re having a blast ! Here’s a montage of over a decade of campaigns for more foster carers especially from the community! We always get an influx of messages around fostering from these campaigns and it great
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