We're celebrating Adoption Stories.
Let us be part of yours
The theme for Big Adoption Day this year is #AdoptionStories.
We’re proud to be part of so many people’s adoption stories, from working with young people, to helping others build their families, to supporting birth families and adopted adults.
We are hosting an Exploring Adoption event in Manchester for anyone interested in adoption on Wednesday 21st March. If you’re thinking about adopting, come along to meet our team and start your own adoption story. Come to our Big Adoption Day event, or take a look at our other upcoming events.
Volunteer Open Day
Be part of our Adoption Story
We’re celebrating Big Adoption Day with our very first volunteer open day! It’s a great opportunity for anyone considering volunteering to find out more about the work we do and what we’re looking for.
You can expand your skills with us and use your existing skills to make a real difference.
If you’d like to come along you can read more about the event here and register your interest.
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I am thinking about adopting
Adoption is life-changing and we’re here to support you every step of the way. Our Families that Last team supports you throughout your assessment, giving you training, one-to-one advice and guidance.
Adoption Support Services
Our Adoption Support Services ensure that everyone affected by adoption has the support they need to live happier lives.
Support for adopted adults
We support everyone affected by adoption. If you're an adult who was adopted, we can support you.
Support for birth parents
It may be that you are facing the possibility that your child will be adopted or that they were adopted some time ago and are now grown up. We have lots of experience of supporting birth parents. You don’t have to go through it alone.
Support for birth relatives
After Adoption supports birth relatives who have lost a child in their family to adoption. Whether this happened years ago or is just being discussed, get in touch.
Support for children and young people
By supporting children and young people, we are able to support the whole family, giving hope for the future.