Children, young people and their carers spent the day in Stormont where they received a tour of Parliament Buildings and the Assembly Chamber. Huge thanks to our Chairperson, Kelly Armstrong for organising the event and to Stormont for a fantastic day.
A new ‘Kin Together’ Support Group is up and running in Dungannon. Support group meetings will take place each month and all kinship carers are welcome. For more information contact Michelle on 028 79301566.
We took the opportunity during Volunteers Week to say a big THANK YOU to our volunteers who give their time freely to supporting children and young people in kinship care. To find out how you can become a Kinship Care Volunteer and help make a difference to the families we support contact Leona on 028 […]
Kinship carers, Natasha, Margaret and Donna spent the afternoon with social work students at the University of Ulster sharing their experiences of raising their family and friends’ children. The event was a huge success and a fantastic opportunity for students to ask lots of questions and get more information on kinship care.
Kinship Care NI have established a new ‘Kin Together’ Support Group for kinship carers and their children in Ballymena. Kinship carers in Ballymena have established a new support group for other kinship carers living in their area. This is a great opportunity for kinship carers to meet and develop friendships with other kinship carers, share […]