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Celebrities | Wednesday 18th June 2014
World renowned singer songwriter Annie Lennox, OBE, has pledged her support for Coram, the UK’s first children’s charity, resulting in almost 600 new supporters signing the pledge wall
Adoption | Thursday 12th June 2014
Children’s charity and voluntary adoption agency Coram has welcomed new rules outlined in the government’s response to the consultation, ‘Adoption: Getting it right, making it work’ which will give additional support to adopters and foster carers.
Fundraising | Monday 9th June 2014
Homelessness is on the increase and young people are at particular risk. In fact, the number of young people sleeping rough in London has more than doubled over the past three years
Events | Monday 9th June 2014
This weekend, over 150 people attended Sing for Coram, a choral workshop led by master conductor Brian Kay (The Really Big Chorus)
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.