These meetings, which are run several times a year on Wednesdays at 7pm, are an opportunity to find out more, ask any questions you may have and meet some experienced adopters.
Contact us to find out exact times and venues of these events.
Good adopters are ordinary people who are good at some things and not at others. Many have faced difficulties in their lives and we find that people who have worked through problems are often stronger for the experience.
However, children are individuals so the right adopter for one child may be the wrong adopter for another. This is why we are always looking for a wide range of new families. Some children thrive in a busy family with brothers or sisters while others may need the special attention of being an only child.
People from all sorts of different backgrounds, occupations and walks of life can make good adopters. We do not discriminate on the grounds of gender, sexuality or disability and we welcome applications from single parents, same sex couples and ethnic minority groups.
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