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Big Adoption Day 2017

March 15, 2017

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After the success of the inaugural event last year, SFCS will be celebrating Big Adoption Day once again!  We are excited to be joining other independent adoption agencies across England to celebrate the event on Wednesday, 29th March 2017.

On that day, SFCS and many other independent adoption agencies, will be opening their doors simultaneously to enquiring adopters, hosting a national adoption information evening.

Our event begins at 6.30pm and our doors are open to anyone who may be considering building a family through adoption – regardless of age, race, cultural background, religion, marital status or sexual orientation.

Big Adoption Day 2017If you’re considering adoption, why not come along to our Big Adoption Day information event at 6.30pm in Milton Keynes?

As with all our information evenings, our Big Adoption Day event is open to anyone who may be considering building a family through adoption. Wherever you are in the thought process, whatever your stage of readiness, we will address the questions you have.

The event will begin with a presentation by one of our experienced social workers, who will explain the adoption process and what you can expect from SFCS. You will then hear from one of our adopters, who will share their own experiences of becoming an adoptive parent.

You’ll be invited to ask any questions you may have throughout the evening, but you may also speak in private to a social worker if you need to.

There aren’t many decisions that will change your life forever; adopting a child is one of them. We hope you’ll join us on Wednesday 29th March – we’re here for you.

You can help spread the word about Big Adoption Day via all the usual social media channels – check out our FacebookTwitter and LinkedIn pages, and look out for the hashtags #bigadoptionday and #werehereforyou


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2 responses to “Big Adoption Day 2017”

  1. Louella says:

    Me and my partner would like to join. Do we have to put our names down?

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