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As well as being home to a number of staff and our head office, Home for Good champions are spread right across London. We are constantly seeking to build and deepen connections between foster carers and adopters across the city and see more churches engaged. There are a growing number of Home for Good churches across London, across many denominations. We have an active group of foster carers and adopters in Sutton and Merton.

We have a fostering agreement with Bexley, and an adoption agreement with PACT: a Voluntary Adoption Agency who work across the majority of the city.



Key Contact

Billy-Jo O'Leary

Billy-Jo O'Leary

Regional Lead: London & South East

Billy-Jo is working with churches across London and the South East to encourage individuals and families to explore fostering or adoption. She is keen to work alongside churches, networks, and leaders of all denominations to develop support for families that care for vulnerable children. As a looked after child now adult, Billy-Jo has a life story that echoes the vision of Home for Good, knowing the Church can be family for vulnerable children and young people.

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