Kinship carers continue to navigate the challenges of life with coronavirus.
As life begins to return to normal for many, vulnerable kinship care families are still managing the fallout from the pandemic. Rising day-to-day costs and uncertainty around employment mean many kinship care families are experiencing poverty, stress and anxiety.
Our dedicated team of advice and project workers are here for kinship carers and their families. As the impact of coronavirus continues to be felt, we need your help to keep providing our expert services. Please donate today.
The money you raise helps us to support kinship families across the country
“When families are at crisis point it is good to be able to talk to people who understand what we are going through and are able to offer clear, concise advice.”Kinship carer
Our advice service is open now and operating at maximum capacity to support the increasing number of kinship carers who are turning to us for help.
We’re working hard to make sure that kinship carers are able to access vital information and emotional support. We’re determined to be there for kinship carers who need us, but we need your support.
Please donate what you can so that our we can provide vital information and advice to kinship carers during this worrying time.