Considering adoption?

Around 3,000 children in the UK are in care, awaiting adoption. Could you end the wait for a vulnerable child?

St. Francis' Children's Society (SFCS) is an independent adoption agency. We welcome all kinds of adopters for all kinds of children - regardless of age, race, cultural background, religion, marital status or sexual orientation. We are based in Milton Keynes and help potential adopters who live within a 50 mile radius of our offices.

Why choose SFCS?

  • Around 3,000 children in the UK need loving, permanent adoptive families.
  • We offer high quality services, personal advice, guidance and support to every adopter we work with.
  • Our friendly and experienced social workers will gently guide you through the process
  • We provide exceptional training and parenting preparation courses
  • Our Adoption Support services are second to none. Whatever you and your family need, we'll be here for you every step of the way - before, during and after placement
  • We are committed to finding families for the most vulnerable children who wait longest in the care system
  • We work hard to find the right child for the right family, working closely with local authorities across the UK to ensure a perfect match
  • We can also offer early permanence placements through the Triangle Project, our joint venture with Adoption Focus. Early permanence is one of the most child-centred routes to adoption.

If you'd like to find out more about adopting with SFCS, please complete this 'Get in touch' form and one of our social work team will be in touch with you shortly. No pressure, no obligation.

You can also follow the links below to learn more about the services we offer.

 

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St. Francis' Children's Society is first and foremost committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, and expects all prospective adopters to share this commitment. All applicants must be willing to undergo safeguarding checks including DBS checks and Local Authority checks. This is to ensure that no adopter is approved who may pose a risk to children or is otherwise unsuitable.