We are the only national charity dedicated to supporting kinship carers - grandparents and other relatives raising children who aren't able to live with their parents. There are over 200,000 children in kinship care.
When Bev’s grandchildren arrived on her doorstep one day, they were devastated and traumatised. Watch a film of her story
The Kinship Care Guide for England is essential reading for anyone thinking about becoming a kinship carer and those who've already taken on care of a child who isn't able to live with their parents.
Not a grandparent? All kinship carers can use our services. Find our advice pages here.
Despite stepping in to care for vulnerable children, most kinship carers aren't entitled to statutory support.
£20 will help us reach another kinship carer currently struggling alone. Find out how you can help.
Last year our advice service supported over 2,000 families.Help us reach more.
The report "Investing in Families" from the APPG on Adoption and Permanence was launched today. We contributed to the inquiry and are pleased to see that the voices and experiences of special guardians have shaped some clear recommendations Read more
This week some of our volunteers went to the luxury Soho Hotel to enjoy an exclusive screening of Pavarotti, by Academy Award-winning director Ron Howard. Read more
Audrey is a Family Grants volunteer. She helps families by submitting applications for essential items for the home such as decorating materials for bedrooms, beds or new fridge/freezers. Read more