British Association for Adoption and Fostering

Community and Young People

The British Association for Adoption and Fostering was granted £2000 to help support more than 1800 children  living in care in Kent.
Dedicated to helping children in care in county have a better start in life, the BAAF is determined to help children have a better start in life.
The money donated by the Trust helped the charity carry out its work in Kent, including support for children looking for a family to attend Adoption Activity Days or  helping troubled and vulnerable children receive necessary therapy.
A spokesman explained: “Through our programme of work in Kent we help to find new adoptive families for children who need them and give many children the opportunity to resolve painful issues from their past”
BAAH Chair, Anthony Douglas CBE added: “The  support we have received from the Roger De Haan Charitable Trust is a source of great encouragement to us in our work with some of the most disadvantaged and vulnerable children in Kent.”