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Welcome to our new website!

August 14, 2017


After months of hard work, we are delighted to unveil our brand new website! We hope you’ll enjoy looking around.

The new site has been designed to provide our visitors with the most user-friendly experience possible.  We hope that people visiting the site for the first time will be able to find everything they need as quickly and easily as possible.

The site is still a hub of information for people who are considering adoption.  Our I’d Like to Adopt section is full of information about the adoption process and the myths surrounding adoption, and includes a comprehensive adoption resources section.  You will also find detailed information about the wide range of adoption support we offer.

The site also provides information about the other services we offer to people whose lives have been touched by adoption.  Our I’m Searching for Long Lost Family section introduces our family tracing and birth records counselling service.  Adopted adults and birth families who are searching for relatives may be able to seek our help, access records and receive specialist support.

And we also feature the work of our Birth Connections service.  This service provides professional and wide-ranging support to birth parents and other relatives who have lost a child to adoption.

Finally, a highlight of the site is our new and improved fundraising section.  As a registered charity, SFCS is reliant on the support of fundraisers, donors and volunteers.  Our new I’d Like to Help! section is full of ideas and suggestions, and will tell you everything you need to know about supporting your favourite children’s charity!

We hope you’ll enjoy browsing through our new website, and if you have any comments or queries, please get in touch.

It just remains for us to say a big ‘thank you’ to our web design company, Source Design, for a job well done!


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