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Big Adoption Day 2018

March 14, 2018

Post-adoption BME siblings jumping in the air

For the third year in a row, SFCS will be celebrating Big Adoption Day!  We are excited to be joining other independent adoption agencies across England to celebrate the event on Wednesday, 21st March 2018.

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

This year, we are hosting a Drop-In event over lunchtime, between 12 noon and 2pm. 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. Wherever you are in the thought process, whatever your stage of readiness, we’d love to see you.

If you join us on Big Adoption Day, you’ll have a relaxed one-to-one chat with our friendly social workers and be able to ask all those questions you want to ask. We’ll talk you through the adoption process and help you decide if adoption is right for you. We’ll also tell you about all the help and support you can expect if you decide to adopt through Adoption Connections at SFCS.

As well as hosting a special information event, we will also be supporting the campaign online. The theme for this year’s event is #AdoptionStories, and we will be sharing a number of real stories from our fantastic adopters on Facebook and Twitter throughout the day. Our adopters come from all walks of life, and we’re grateful that so many of them have been willing to share their experiences with us.

There aren’t many decisions that will change your life forever; adopting a child is one of them. We hope you’ll pop in and visit us on Wednesday 21st March, and make Big Adoption Day the start of your adoption journey.

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