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Young people | Monday 16th May 2016
The children's story of a spirited little girl in Victorian England, inspired by Coram's historic beginnings as the Foundling Hospital, has returned to CBBC
Fundraising | Friday 13th May 2016
Why not run the Virgin London Marathon 2017 for Coram and help some of the UK's most vulnerable children?
Young people | Thursday 12th May 2016
On Wednesday 11 May three Ambassadors from children’s charity Coram’s Adoptables peer network launched the toolkit they developed to improve the school experience for adopted children and young people at Elmgreen School in Tulse Hill
Celebrities | Wednesday 4th May 2016
Stampin’ Up! UK has auctioned unique, hand-crafted cards to raise money for children’s charity Coram
Adoption | Wednesday 20th April 2016
Children’s charity and leading adoption agency Coram is calling for people who live within an hour of central London and who are interested in adopting or fostering to consider giving babies a great start in life through Concurrent Planning
Fundraising | Monday 18th April 2016
Team Coram's fundraising total has now climbed to £76,000
Achievements | Wednesday 30th March 2016
The winners of a writing competition have brought the depth of creative talent of children in care to the fore
Young people | Wednesday 30th March 2016
Increased vulnerability due neglect and abuse, the absence of a supportive adult in their lives and a lack of mainstream effective sex and relationship education due to placement moves, are some of the reasons identified by children’s charity Coram as to why standard sexual health education may need re-thinking for care experienced young people, to reduce unplanned pregnancy
Coram champions the voice of adopted children in new Government paper: ‘Adoption a vision for change’Adoption | Sunday 27th March 2016
Responding to the government’s new paper containing measures to bring lasting change to the adoption system for the greatest impact for some of the most vulnerable children, Dr Carol Homden, CBE and CEO of Coram said:
“I have a Mum and Dad who love me and want the best for me” – Adopted children talk about safety, satisfaction and trust in a new surveyAdoption | Saturday 26th March 2016
A new survey commissioned by Independent Adoption Agencies throughout England amongst adopted children has revealed that they are positive about their future, safe, and that they have an adult they could trust in their lives who sticks by them through life’s ups and downs. In these respects, adopted children are more secure than their peers.