The training days are an essential part of the programme to becoming a volunteer with Safe Families for Children, please make every effort to join us on these days. Just wanted to say how good the training session was on Saturday. The organisation was very smooth and the training sessions informative. I enjoyed meeting an interesting… Read more »
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Safe Families for Children UK is helping Nottingham City Council support its most vulnerable children and families, seeing a 10% diversion of children away from short term care over the last 12 months. Nationally, the number of looked after children in the UK has been increasing for the past five years, reaching 69,550 at the… Read more »
These are hard words to hear and even harder words to say. Recently put on meds for bipolar disorder, Leanne was finding it hard to cope with her two young boys, especially the youngest who has times of being violent towards her. Lonely, but struggling to trust people after bad experiences in the past, Leanne found it difficult… Read more »
As one of the main sponsors of Durham’s most colourful fun run, Safe Families for Children UK, along with the Vardy Foundation, has significantly supported St. Cuthbert’s Hospice during this year’s fundraiser event. A team from the charity, which helps vulnerable families, sponsored and took part in Colourama for St Cuthbert’s Hospice, throwing powder paint over… Read more »