Home for Good: the UK tour


Home for Good are building a Suffolk wide network with hubs of support and promotion in Ipswich, Bury and Lowestoft.

Their aim is to reach out to all Ipswich Churches and get them to consider if they have adopters/foster carers who would like to join the network of know people in their churches that might be considering this but would like to talk to people who have been there.

Home for Good was launched by Care for the Family, CCPAS (The Churches’ Child Protection Advisory Service) and the Evangelical Alliance and has become a national campaign which aims to make fostering and adoption a normal part of Church life. You can find out more by visiting http://www.homeforgood.org.uk

Thousands of the most vulnerable children in our society have nowhere to call home. There are 6,000 children waiting to be adopted in the UK, and 9,000 more foster families are urgently needed.

Home for good are hosting an inspirational evening of musical entertainment with singer-songwriter Amie Aitken.

Amie will be telling her story and you will be able to find out more about the Home for Good initiative – both nationally and the plans for Suffolk.

Home for Good believe the Church is the ideal place not only to find more foster carers and adoptive families, but a place where we can all play our part in supporting foster carers and adoptive families. This year Suffolk urgently needs to find an additional 75 adoptive families and 60 foster families.

DATE: Saturday 14th June 2014
TIME: 7:30-9:30pm (Doors open at 7pm)
VENUE: St Johns Church, Cauldwell Hall Road, Ipswich, IP4 4QE
TICKETS: Free and available at homeforgood.org.uk/amie-in-ipswich
CONTACT: Melissa suffolkchampions@gmail.com

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