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Some of our fostering team outside the Blue Building to mark the start of Fostering Fortnight 2016
17 May 2016
Doncaster Children’s Services Trust will mark the launch of the 2016 National Foster Care Fortnight on Monday 16 May at their town centre office, The Blue Building, High Street Doncaster at 10am. The...
Award winner Amy receives her certificate from Ben Parkinson. She is congratulated by our Chair Colin Hilton (left) and Chief Executive Paul Moffat.
3 May 2016
We celebrated the success of Doncaster’s children and teenagers in care at our Oscars-style evening at the Keepmoat Stadium on 28 April. Local hero Ben Parkinson MBE presented the personal...
6 April 2016
Tune into Sine FM Thursday 7 April from 10am Some of our Fostering Ambassadors will be appearing on Sine FM’s The DN Good News Network Thursday 7 April from 10am to 11am where our ambassadors will be...
4 April 2016
Our Fostering in Doncaster team will be in the Frenchgate Centre Doncaster on Tuesday 12 April Have you ever wanted to know what it’s like to be a super hero? In a recent survey of residents in...
Pictured from the left is Jayne Pezzulo and Carmel Bartlett, while out and about promoting CSE.
30 March 2016
Two Doncaster workers have been shortlisted in an Unsung Hero Award for their work in helping to tackle child sexual exploitation (CSE) in Doncaster. Jayne Pezzulo, who works for Rotherham Doncaster...
Child drawing a picture of life at home.
21 March 2016
Elizabeth Williams* explains what her job entails working as a domestic abuse navigator on the Trust’s Growing Futures project. My role
Our child sexual exploitation (CSE) champions out raising awareness in Doncaster.
17 March 2016
Experts will be encouraging residents to do their part to keep young people in Doncaster safe as part of a national Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) awareness day on Friday, 18 March.  Doncaster...
15 March 2016
Residents are being urged to act on their instincts and talk to Doncaster Children’s Services Trust if they have concerns about a child. The Trust is supporting the Department for Education’s ‘...
9 March 2016
There aren’t many decisions that will change your life forever; adopting a child is one of them. To mark National Big Adoption Day Doncaster Children’s Services Trust are inviting anyone who has ever...
Sue Wakefield proud to have collected the national award on behalf of Doncaster Children's Services Trust
2 February 2016
Doncaster Children’s Services Trust volunteer scheme has been recognised nationally as the best for its work with young people. The Independent Visitor Volunteer Scheme supports children in care who...
1 February 2016
A campaign to raise awareness about the harmful effects of domestic abuse on children will go live across Doncaster this month. The launch comes after more than 200 representatives from the town’s...
Staff from Morrison Drive Children's Home are congratulated on their win by Paul Moffat (left) and Colin Hilton (right).
1 February 2016
Volunteers and staff who give children a great start in life were honoured at our first Star Awards, held recently at Doncaster College. The Trust was the first children’s social care organisation in...
8 January 2016
Representatives from across the Doncaster workforce are coming together this month to devise new ways of working to support children and young people affected by domestic abuse. Research has shown...
23 December 2015
Thousands of new toys and gifts donated by Doncaster residents and businesses are being delivered by 'Santa Express’ to ensure young people have gifts to open on Christmas Day. Doncaster Children's...
Members of Doncaster children in care council share their views with MPs at Westminster
23 December 2015
Young people from Doncaster have shared their experiences with MP’s about keeping in contact with their brothers and sisters when they are growing up in different homes.   Three members of Doncaster...

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