Our Impact

Some Of Our Achievements Over The Years

Since 2005 we have worked with families, carers and foster carers across the country to ensure that young persons are given the best possible opportunities to develop and grow.

2013

Mayor’s Pride Awards – Voluntary Sector Award 
Mercury Community Awards Un Sung Hero 

2014

High Sherrif Awards – Contribution To The Life Of The Community

2015

Mayor’s Pride Awards – Voluntary Sector Award
Mayor’s Pride Awards – Community Orientated Business of The Year

2018

Hertfordshire Business Award – Finalist
Community Orientated Business of The Year

98% Of The Families We Work With Stay Together

Resulting in improved outcomes within the family and creating significant efficiency savings for the local authority against their placement budget.

What We Stand For

Our Values

Family Focused

We will talk to and actively listen to each member of the family, non-judgmentally and empathetically. We will prepare for open conversations with families, and where needed will stop our own “conversation” about them.

Optimistic

We will work with families to develop positive, achievable steps towards their goal. We will celebrate success. We will hold on to and express hope with the families.

Respect

We will research and prepare for cultural and religious contexts of families. We will ask families how they want us to work with them. We will work to understand their perspectives.

Promote Wellbeing

We will actively discuss with families issues of wellbeing, safety and their development. We will ensure each case is risk assessed and we will work collaboratively with each family to positively manage risk and develop strategies.

Collaboration

We will use Conversational leadership to achieve best possible outcomes in collaboration with others. We will always ask families to tell us their solutions to the problems they face.

We will talk to and actively listen to each member of the family, non-judgmentally and empathetically. We will prepare for open conversations with families, and where needed will stop our own “conversation” about them.

We will work with families to develop positive, achievable steps towards their goal. We will celebrate success. We will hold on to and express hope with the families.

We will research and prepare for cultural and religious contexts of families. We will ask families how they want us to work with them. We will work to understand their perspectives.

We will actively discuss with families issues of wellbeing, safety and their development. We will ensure each case is risk assessed and we will work collaboratively with each family to positively manage risk and develop strategies.

We will use Conversational leadership to achieve best possible outcomes in collaboration with others. We will always ask families to tell us their solutions to the problems they face.