Support Us

We can't do all that we would like to do without the vital support of members of the public and people like you.

You could support us in a number of ways including...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Donate as you shop

There are various sites where you can raise funds for After Adoption at no extra cost to yourself simply by doing your usual online shopping. 

 

Raise funds through Savoo

After Adoption will receive a commission when you shop at thousands of shops, via our page on their site. You can also find vouchers to add to your shopping experience

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Raise funds selling on ebay

Sell your unwanted items and choose to give between 10% and 100% to After Adoption

ebay

 

Raise funds shopping at Humble Bundle

You can help After Adoption and find a great selection of games and weekly deals in the Humble Store

Humble Bundle

 

Raise funds through Give as you live

Supporters can raise free donations simply by shopping online using Give as you Live. Shop at over 4,100 leading online stores.

Give as you live

 

 

Whatever you do, however large or small, fundraising for us makes a real difference to the lives of people affected by adoption throughout England and Wales.

Thank you!

 

 

 

Get Involved

Vietnam Bike Ride

For those of you in search of the charity cycle challenge of a lifetime, Vietnam won't fail to leave an indelible mark on you!

Buy one of our resources

We've got lots of resources for people involved with adoption. Click here to find out more.

Volunteer for us

Volunteer for us

Volunteering for us can help make a real difference to people affected by adoption. Click here to find out more.

Information for Professionals

Our services and how to commission them

Commission our work

Find out about the services we offer to local authorities

Family finding services

Thinking of adoption

We can help local authorities to find homes for children in need of adoption

Support for Adoptive families

Our SafeBase parenting programme supports adoptive families who are struggling to support their children