WILLIAM 2 years
is a happy, affectionate little boy who loves swings and slides, his cars, Peppa Pig, music and nursery rhymes! His foster carer says he is “always on the go”. William was placed with his foster family aged six weeks old, where he is settled. He attends nursery and has been recommended for speech therapy. William likes his food and sleeps well. Needing: adoption
Welcome to Be My Parent
This year, the campaign to raise awareness about adoption focused on siblings. Why not read what it's like to adopt brothers or sisters?. You can also visit the National Adoption Week website to download an info pack, view the profiles of the children featured on This Morning who need an adoptive family and make an enquiry.
Be My Parent is a family-finding service for children in the UK who need an adoptive or permanent foster family (also in the UK). Be My Parent is run by the British Association for Adoption & Fostering (BAAF), and has a monthly newspaper and website.
To use our website to search for children needing adopting or permanent (long-term) fostering, and to make enquiries, families must subscribe to Be My Parent first. Agencies wanting to use the service need to contact us to get set up.
Agencies can also use the online system to refer children to the website and/or the newspaper.
More about Be My Parent...
- New to Be My Parent? Not sure how some things work? Try our Be My Parent FAQs
- How to make an enquiry about a child in Be My Parent
- Is adoption or permanent (long-term) fostering for you? Read our adoption and fostering FAQs
- Agencies: Download our referral forms:
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