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Adoption | Wednesday 7th December 2016
The highest standard of adoption preparation, matching and support has been recognised at Coram Adoption East Midlands, with the voluntary adoption agency rated as ‘Outstanding’ in every category of its latest Ofsted social care inspection.
Fundraising | Tuesday 29th November 2016
Could you run the London Marathon for Coram? Diederick Santer, CEO of TV production company Kudos, is running his first marathon as part of Team Coram. Here is his story:
Jeanne Kaniuk, OBE, Managing Director of Adoption at Coram, has won the Lifetime Achievement Award in this year’s National Adoption Week Awards.
Adoption | Monday 17th October 2016
As National Adoption Week 2016 gets underway, Coram highlights that there are still vulnerable children needing adoptive parents.
Coram is proud to be shortlisted in two categories at this year’s National Adoption Week Awards, taking place on Tuesday 18 October.
Adoption | Wednesday 28th September 2016
Last week, Coram and Harrow Council celebrated the 10th anniversary of their ground-breaking partnership that has successfully placed 79 children into loving adoptive homes.
Adoption | Tuesday 23rd August 2016
Spaces are still available for prospective adopters on an Adoption Activity Day in Surrey on Sunday 11 September
Young people | Thursday 12th May 2016
On Wednesday 11 May three Ambassadors from children’s charity Coram’s Adoptables peer network launched the toolkit they developed to improve the school experience for adopted children and young people at Elmgreen School in Tulse Hill
Adoption | Wednesday 20th April 2016
Children’s charity and leading adoption agency Coram is calling for people who live within an hour of central London and who are interested in adopting or fostering to consider giving babies a great start in life through Concurrent Planning
“I have a Mum and Dad who love me and want the best for me” – Adopted children talk about safety, satisfaction and trust in a new surveyAdoption | Saturday 26th March 2016
A new survey commissioned by Independent Adoption Agencies throughout England amongst adopted children has revealed that they are positive about their future, safe, and that they have an adult they could trust in their lives who sticks by them through life’s ups and downs. In these respects, adopted children are more secure than their peers.