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Coram’s own Amy Story took on RideLondon 2017, raising funds for vulnerable children. Here she tells us about her experience.
Adoption | Wednesday 2nd August 2017
This morning (2 August 2017), the Department for Education released the results of an independent two year evaluation of the Adoption Support Fund.
Young people | Tuesday 11th July 2017
New research undertaken by charity Coram Life Education (CLE) and specialist insurer, Ecclesiastical, has revealed that teachers need more help to deliver sex and relationships education.
Rights | Monday 10th July 2017
Coram comments on a new report by the Family Rights Group on the use of Foster to Adopt placements along with Section 20 by local authorities.
New book co-produced by CoramBAAF and Coram Voice celebrates the remarkable talent of children in care
CoramBAAF and Coram Voice have co-produced a new book, “New Beginnings and other writings on being in care”, selected from the entries of Coram Voices 2016 and 2017 Voices writing competition.
Fundraising | Wednesday 5th July 2017
Coutts employees have overwhelmingly chosen Coram as their new charity partner. The UK’s oldest children’s charity fought off stiff competition from three other fantastic charities to win over 50% of the staff vote.
Fundraising | Tuesday 4th July 2017
One month on, the property women got together to celebrate funds raised and reminisce about their amazing cycling experience in Portugal.
Young people | Tuesday 4th July 2017
Coram comments on a new report released today by the Children's Commissioner, Anne Longfield, which highlights the scale of vulnerability of children in England.
We are delighted that Coram is the featured charity for the BBC Radio 4 Appeal this week. Our appeal is voiced by Coram supporter, actor and Doctor Who star Peter Capaldi, and launches on Sunday July 2nd.
New Coram Children’s Legal Centre report highlights fate of children and young people brought up in the UK but unable to secure British Citizenship
A new report from leading children’s rights organisation Coram Children’s Legal Centre (CCLC) highlights the fate of hundreds of thousands of children and young people who, despite having been brought up in the UK, are trapped in precarious situations because they are unable to secure permanent status.