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Will you help siblings like Antonio, Georgia and Katie be together this Christmas?

More than a third of children in foster care are separated from their siblings. Imagine being removed from the family home, separated from your siblings and then spending Christmas day without them, wondering where they are and if they’re ok. Your gift can help find siblings a safe home – together – this Christmas.

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Can go towards essential items that children coming into foster care often don’t have.

Could help fund additional support for foster carers.

Could help recruit and train more dedicated foster carers.

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Your donation can help give children a brighter future.

Your donation can help us provide safe homes.

Your donation can help us recruit and train foster carers.

Or your choice of a special gift.

Please help keep families together this Christmas

Antonio*, Georgia* and Katie* don’t want to spend Christmas without each other.

Yet they may not have a choice. Unfortunately, the sad reality is that we must get the children to safety – that is the priority.

But all too often there is not a foster carer available to take in a sibling group together, meaning they end up getting split up.

This is heartbreaking and research shows that breaking up a group of siblings can compound the separation and loss issues that accompany entering foster care.

We need your help to give Antonio, Georgia and Katie a safe home, together.

*Name has been changed in the interest of privacy. The models and volunteers pictured are not connected to the case study. The story of these siblings illustrates one of the critical services Berry Street provides. Your donation will help fund vital services like these as well as other important areas of Berry Street’s work to ensure we can best help children, young people and families to be safe, thriving and hopeful.