• Sibling Group Adoption
    Every year we need to raise 300k to support our families.
    Find out how you can help us.
  • Sibling Group Adoption
    We believe that Siblings that play together, should stay together.
    Could you adopt more than one child?

Latest news and events

Textbox Section
FFC News
  • Caroline Quentin takes part in Channel 4’s Celebrity Fifteen to One for FFC

    Watch this space as Caroline Quentin kindly takes on Channel 4’s Celebrity Fifteen to One in aid of Families for children. Due to be aired later this month…….

  • Our very own David Lawrence Jones nominated for Local Award

    We are pleased to announce that our very own Patron and Local Author, David Lawrence Jones has been nominated for  a Palm FM  “Local Heroes 2015 Awards”. Here’s what David says: I’m absolutely thrilled and so excited with this fantastic news… it’s all rather humbling actually! Following my nomination, I’ve reached the semi-finals in the category […]

  • Respect Festival Exeter

    What a great weekend (6 & 7th June) at this year’s Exeter Respect Festival celebrating diversity in the city. The sun was shining and families were out enjoying the various activities, great food and fabulous music. We were there along with our Patron David Lawrence-Jones and Jig & Saw talking all things adoption. Thanks to […]

  • Adopt South West is Launched

    Michael Caines, MBE, launches exciting new partnership of Devon Adoption agencies – Adopt South West Today, Michelin-starred, celebrity chef, Michael Caines, MBE, announced the launch of a unique partnership of adoption agencies based in Devon, Adopt South West.  The new partnership includes the adoption agencies of Devon County Council, Plymouth City Council, Torbay Council and charities Barnardo’s and […]

  • “I can’t imagine life without her – now I realise how empty my life was before.”

    Read about our wonderful adopter Lilly from Dorchester as she talks about her experience with BBC Radio Solent. Lilly Fahey adopted Kirsten when Kirsten was three years old. She hadn’t had the easiest start to her life. She was born four weeks premature with a serious heart condition, and she still has foetal alcohol syndrome […]

  • Caroline Davis, CEO meets BBC’s Mr Poldark at Premier

    Caroline Davis, CEO  and social worker Carol Wood along with actors, directors, producers and an entire entourage of TV executives decamped from London to Cornwall for the first screening of the BBC’s new adaptation of Winston Graham’s saga of a mining family this month. The lucky two meet the delectable Aidan Turner who plays Ross […]

  • My Adoption Journey by Mark Tyler, Patron.

    Mark’s birth mother Moira was nineteen years old in 1963 when she became pregnant by Roger.  Moira’s parents made the decision that she should have her baby adopted – she was therefore sent to Dartmoor during her pregnancy before going to Torquay for the birth.  Baby David Christopher (as Mark was then known) was then […]

  • Patron, Michael Caines MBE shares his Adoption Story

    Families for Children Patron Michael Caines MBE has always known that he was adopted.  Michael grew up with a sense of knowing he was different but was adopted into “an amazing family and never wanted for any love or felt that I was somehow missing out on something”.  Pat and Peter Caines adopted Michael (the […]

  • Symposium on the Neuroscience of Adoption & Fostering presented by Dr. Margot Sunderland

    Families for Children Adoption are delighted to be hosting a training symposium with Dr Margot Sunderland on Friday 15 May 2015 at Dartington Hall, Dartington, Devon on The neuroscience of adoption and fostering. Dr Margot Sunderland is the author of over twenty books in the field of child mental health including The Science of Parenting.   […]

  • Adoption – Ordinary People do Extraordinary things

    Our very own North Devon practice manager, Jakki Parsons, has put pen to paper to share her experience on what a difference love and security can make to a child’s life. Thank you to the North Devon Journal who have printed in this weeks opinion page We’ve all met them…. You know…those people that make […]

  • Celebrating Mums Everywhere – Happy Mother’s Day

    What does being a Mum mean to you? With Mother’s Day just around the corner Families for Children want to celebrate just what its means to be a mum. For many adoption is the last step in what has been a long and emotional road to becoming a parent so the meaning of motherhood can […]

  • Exeter firms cycle to the finish to raise vital funds for local Adoption charity

    This National Adoption week saw local Exeter based WSP challenge fellow firm Parsons Brinckerhoff to the ultimate static cycle race to raise awareness and much needed funds to support families who have adopted in Exeter. Over the course of a day early this month, members of both WSP Exeter, and Parsons Brinckerhoff took part in […]

 

A little more about us

Textbox Section
Family Stories

more-about-us_family-stories

Read about the challenges and rewards of adoption, lovingly told by our families who have adopted.

Read more...

Working with us

more-about-us_working-with-us

Explore current opportunities to work for Families for Children adoption agency.

Read more...

Watch our film

more-about-us_watch-our-film

Read about the challenges and rewards of adoption, lovingly told by our families who have adopted.

View media...

Celebrity Support

more-about-us_celebrity-support

Our Partons tell you why they are happy to support Families for Children and the work we do.

Read more...