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Other news | Monday 9th June 2014
Charles Dickens, who died on June 9, 1870, grew up near the Foundling Hospital, as Coram was originally known, and was a supporter of Thomas Coram’s home for abandoned and destitute children
Adoption | Friday 6th June 2014
Thinking about adopting? Our new 2 minute film tells you what it’s really like to adopt with Coram from the mums and dads who have
Fundraising | Wednesday 4th June 2014
PedElle, a group of 33 cyclists have completed their CYCLE TO... adventure from Milan to Venice. Over three days the ladies-only group cycled 300 miles to help raise funds for good causes and arrived at their destination on Saturday 7 June
Celebrities | Monday 19th May 2014
Vivienne Westwood is the latest celebrity to support Coram in our 275th anniversary as a children’s charity
Other news | Wednesday 14th May 2014
The story of a spirited little girl, inspired by Coram’s historic beginnings as the Foundling Hospital, has been re-created for the theatre
Adoption | Friday 9th May 2014
Coram is aiming to improve the quality and usefulness of life story books by gathering feedback from adopted children in and around the Bristol area.
Celebrities | Friday 2nd May 2014
Award-winning actors, famous artists and authors got crafty to help create better chances for children
Parents and carers | Thursday 1st May 2014
A new report has found that the Family Drug and Alcohol Court (FDAC), run by Coram and the Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust, is nearly twice as successful at keeping some families together than traditional court proceedings
Adoption | Friday 25th April 2014
The needs of children awaiting adoption were brought to life in a new series fronted by TV and radio presenter Nicky Campbell
Adoption | Wednesday 23rd April 2014
The number of children adopted in Kent rose by 38% last year (2013/4) thanks to the innovative partnership between Kent County Council and children’s charity Coram.