“I think it’s a really easy way of expressing God’s love to people.” Having previously studied child psychology, Aly worked as a nursery nurse and nanny so she was really excited when she first heard about Safe Families for Children and how people get involved supporting struggling families. After Aly and her family did the volunteer training… Read more »
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Lorna was in a violent relationship with a man who was a danger to her and the children. Her three eldest children were taken away to keep them safe.
We are delighted to announce that the board have appointed Kat Osborn as the new chief executive of Safe Families for Children.
Life can take some strange turns. Gemma* was in her early forties, had two children and her youngest was approaching 18. She ran her own business and her partner was in steady employment. They had bought their home and were busy trying to make improvements to their home. Then unexpectedly, Gemma became pregnant with twins…. Read more »