Small Charity week

  Make the most of Fundraising Day – Thursday 16th June          Make the most of Small Charity Week’s Fundraising Day to raise vital funds for your small charity through the competitions, initiatives and resources available. There are details of 6 initiatives below and keep an eye out as more become available including the chance to win … Continued

Introduction to ‘What Fostering Really Involves for Fostering February’

What fostering really involves (and what it doesn’t) By Nyasha Gwatidzo for Fostering February   “It ain’t what you don’t know that gets you into trouble. It’s what you know for sure that just ain’t so.” – Mark Twain   There are so many myths surrounding fostering and this prohibits potentially great foster carer from … Continued

Fostering February: Nyasha Gwatidzo’s What Fostering Really Involves – Part 2

FOSTER CARERS SHOULD BE MARRIED   Many feel that foster families should include legal marriage. One study found that foster families are ‘rather more traditional than other families’ (Sinclair et al. 2004:18) However, the truth is that being married really isn’t relevant in foster care. The welfare of the child is of primary importance and … Continued

Book Talk at the Lady Val Networking lunch

I’ll be telling you about my book at the Lady Val Networking lunch, Central London – speaker: Sophie Walker, Leader of the Women’s Equality Party. 28th January 2016