Our staff are rarely ‘off duty’ and continue to help children in need even when they are not at work.
Hayley Relton, Youth Justice Officer with the Targeted Youth Services team, likes travelling – but she doesn’t just lie on a beach. During her most recent trip she gave her time to teach children English in Cambodia.
Members of the Doncaster Foster Carer Association (DFCA) have this week donated £100 to a school in Nepal as part of Doncaster Children’s Services Trust Chief Executive’s fundraising mission.
Parents at Travis St Lawrence Primary school in Hatfield are this week being encouraged to consider fostering. A group of our current foster carers have been visiting the school during parent’s evening and providing information to potential foster carers about what it takes to be part of the Trust Fostering family.
Archery and sword fencing will be on the menu when Doncaster’s youth crime prevention service, delivered by Doncaster Children’s Services Trust, takes part in a Spook-tacular event at Conisbrough Castle later this month.
Wednesday night saw the shining stars of Doncaster’s children and young people awarded at the Doncaster Superkids Awards, of which Doncaster Children’s Services Trust and Trust Fostering were the main sponsor.
More than 70 children and young people were nominated for the awards, ranging from enterprising star and technology whizz right the way through to fearless bravery and dynamic fundraiser.
Doncaster Children’s Services Trust have teamed up with South Yorkshire Police, Flying Futures and Club Doncaster Foundation to run a Dark Nights initiative, designed to deter anti-social and criminal activity around Hallowe’en, Mischievous Night and Bonfire Night.
…as figures emerge showing increase in sibling groups awaiting permanent families
Adoptive families who can provide a loving, stable home are needed right now for just over 100 children in South Yorkshire.
And *new information published today to mark National Adoption Week (16-22 October), shows that 61% of children waiting for adoptive families across the whole of Yorkshire and Humber are brothers and sisters in groups of two or more.
Doncaster Children’s Services Trust has this week launched a tongue-in-cheek c
Doncaster Children’s Services Trust fostering service, Trust Fosterin
Care leaver turned comedian, Sophie Willan, and ground-breaking Foste