Forever families sought as part of Adoption Week

Last Updated: October 11, 2019

As part of National Adoption Week (14 to 20 October), Doncaster Children’s Services Trust is on the lookout for more people willing to become the forever family for a child

At any one time there are around 20 children in Doncaster who cannot live with their birth parents and who are looking for a permanent, loving home.

The Trust’s Adoption Service is to hold an information drop-in on Wednesday 16 October at the Dome, to which anyone thinking about starting out on their adoption journey can call and have a chat any time between 5pm and 8pm.

Children’s Trust employee receives MBE from the Queen

Last Updated: October 30, 2019

The organiser of a scheme designed to support children in care has received an MBE in recognition of her work that has spanned more than quarter of a century.

Independent Visitor Scheme Coordinator at Doncaster Children’s Services Trust, Sue Wakefield, was named as part of the Queen’s Birthday Honours list for her fantastic work over a 26 year career.

She travelled to Windsor Castle last week where she was presented with the award by the Queen herself.

Caring families needed to adopt children in Doncaster

Last Updated: October 30, 2019

Doncaster Children’s Services Trust Adoption team will be hosting a drop-in event at Doncaster Dome on Monday 11 November.

The team will be at the Dome from 5pm to 8pm to answer all your questions about becoming an adoptive parent.

Speaking about the need for adoptive parents to get in touch, Adoption Team Manager Claire Holmes said: “At any one time in Doncaster there are around 20 children who cannot be brought up by their birth parents and who need a loving and stable family home.

“Volunteers are the best. People don’t understand or realise how much time and effort it takes to make their young person feel safe and trust them.”

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