Get Involved

Get involved!

When you are staying with Homefinding & Fostering carers, we want you to feel involved.

We hold lots of different events throughout the year, and you are welcome to join us.

If you have any ideas of activities you want to be involved with then use the contact us page at the top of the screen.

We also want to hear all about you. So if there is something you want to share with us then get in touch.

Recent Events

Foster Care Fortnight 2017

  • Published at: 09-05-2017

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The spotlight is on fostering for two weeks as it seeks to highlight the amazing work foster carers do every day. The fostering network aims for everyone in the UK to understand what fostering is and to know what a vital role all foster carers play in providing stability to societies most vulnerable children. Here are […]

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“Surviving teenagers!”

  • Published at: 27-02-2017

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Surviving teenage years You’ve lived through 2 a.m. feedings, toddler temper tantrums, and the back-to-school blues. So why does the word “teenager” cause so much worry? I love having teenagers. I love learning about their world. They make me laugh and they teach me something new. Every day. I will hate the day when I […]

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Fostering and Food

  • Published at: 21-11-2016

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Fostering and food   It is not unusual for foster children to have issues around food. At the time of placement, they might not be used to regular mealtimes; they might have had a limited diet before they come to you.  Their anxiety at being separated from their family might cause a distinct lack of […]

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The most important Job you will ever do.

  • Published at: 24-05-2016

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  Halfway through foster care fortnight, our managing director, Terry reflects on his time as a foster carer. Being part of a family that looks after other people’s children has been the most important and worthwhile job I have ever had. Rose (my wife) and I had looked after over sixty children in our thirteen […]

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Statement of Purpose

  • Published at: 14-11-2015

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This week at Homefinding has been a productive one as well as a reflective one.  A lot of the time we go through life with one week rolling into the next, and before you know it the seasons have passed, the John Lewis Christmas ad is back on the telly and another year is about […]

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Summer of Fun!

  • Published at: 08-09-2015

It was a busy summer both in and out the office. Our two summer events were a great success!  The first one was a beautiful sunny day in the kent countryside making T shirts.  Lots of creative talents were put to use.  Not least by some of the carers! Our second event of pizza was […]/>

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This week at Homefinding

  • Published at: 07-09-2015

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This week at Homefinding, we are feeling the autumnal chill and long summer days are fast becoming a distant memory. I often hear myself and others say, ” I will do that after the summer holidays” so now is the time we often clear out shoe cupboards and tidy the baking cupboards or craft boxes. […]

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This week at Homefinding

  • Published at: 13-07-2015

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Do you know someone involved in fostering that has gone that bit extra?  Gone above and beyond what was expected? As of today, the nominations are open for the fostering excellence awards, run and hosted by the fostering network.   And there is a lot of excellence in fostering.  I am sure we could all […]

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This Art of Mine

  • Published at: 23-04-2015

Spending two afternoons in my Easter break with twenty children each time was honestly something I was looking forward to.  It is a place I can not recommend highly enough.  Nestled in the North downs with postcard countryside views, it has an air of calm and serenity. My only concern was that we were about […]/>

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Christmas Party

  • Published at: 05-03-2015

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It took a total of four helpers, three hours and six packs of blu tac to transform the lounge area of our local football club into Santa’s grotto. We went through nearly 100 cups of tea and coffee, and five jugs of squash. It is beginning to sound like a bad version of the Christmas […]

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Upcoming events

        • Save the date for upcoming events
        • Private Cinema hire
        • wagamama kitchen experience
        • christmas crafts and party