Jennifer’s Story

July 09, 2021

National statistics reveal that black and mixed-heritage children are disproportionately represented in the care system; 14% of the UK population is from a BAME background, but 18% of children waiting for adoption are from these backgrounds. SFCS is actively reaching out to prospective adopters from black, Asian & other ethnic backgrounds to meet this need […]


Adopters from black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds needed

July 02, 2021

At a time when national statistics reveal that black and mixed-heritage children are disproportionately represented in the care system, SFCS is supporting the National Adoption Recruitment campaign (#YouCanAdopt) to raise awareness of the need for more adopters from black, Asian and other minority ethnic groups in the UK. Latest government data shows that 14% of […]


Fran’s Story

June 21, 2021

Children from black, Asian & other ethnic backgrounds wait longer in care for adoptive families, through no fault of their own.  Latest figures released by the national #YouCanAdopt campaign reveal that 8% of children in care are from black ethnic groups, but only 2.7% of people approved to adopt in 2018/19 were black. SFCS is […]


NAW 2020: Carol’s story

October 16, 2020

As National Adoption Week continues, we’re delighted to share Carol’s story. Carol is supporting the national campaign, and encouraging more members of the Black, Asian & Minority Ethnic (BAME) community to consider adoption.   Dr Carol Dennis is 58 and from South London. She and her husband adopted 4 year old Kwame two years ago. […]