Will you join with church leaders from across the UK and offer your support to Home for Good?

There’s a crisis in the UK: 6,000 children are waiting for adoption; 9,000 more foster placements are desperately needed. The Church can make a difference.

The Church is uniquely placed to offer its help to meet this need. As a large social network with involvement of large numbers of families, the Church is fertile soil for recruitment. Once carers have been through the full process of assessment, the Church could also provide an excellent community of support to wrap around families who are adopting or fostering children.

The Church could make a massive difference in the lives of vulnerable children.

If you’re still not sure, take a few minutes to watch this short video where Krish Kandiah, executive director: churches in mission at the Evangelical Alliance and a foster carer and adoptive parent himself, urges church leaders to get involved.

Please take a few seconds to put your name behind the Home for Good campaign.

We now have 100 leaders of churches and organisations who have offered their support to the Home for Good campaign. Will you add your name to this list? View the list now.

By doing so, you will be demonstrating that the Church in the UK is serious about doing what we can to care for vulnerable children. It will enable us to increase the profile of the Home for Good campaign and ensure that the government continues to take the work churches are doing in this area seriously.

To support the Home for Good campaign, simply complete this form:

  • I strongly commend churches throughout the UK to get involved with the Home For Good campaign.
  • I believe that caring for the vulnerable children in our society is a clear biblical imperative (James 1:27 et al.).
  • I believe that helping children to find safe, loving and secure foster and adoptive homes is a clear way that the church can serve God, serve our communities and show compassion to children in need.
  • I call on churches to look for ways to intentionally and appropriately support their foster and adoptive families.
  • I call on Christians to prayerfully consider fostering and adopting so every child that needs one can find a home for good.
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