Summit rescheduled to 7 May 2022

After some careful consideration, we have made the decision to reschedule this year’s Summit until spring 2022.

After some careful consideration, we have made the decision to reschedule this year’s Summit to Saturday 7 May 2022.

We have listened carefully to our supporters and stakeholders, and we’re hearing that many people just aren’t ready to think about re-gathering in person this autumn. Though we trust that the vaccine has helped to tackle the pandemic, we still don’t know exactly what the autumn and winter months are going to look like. We understand that the thought of in-person events can create some apprehension.

For many of us, the Summit is a source of energy, joy and inspiration. We want to meet at a time that allows for all of this and more, providing a powerful time to connect richly together, support our amazing network of fosterers and adopters, share the Home for Good vision and inspire others to provide a home for vulnerable children. We’re committed to doing this at the right time for all involved.

We believe that moving the date to Saturday 7 May 2022 will allow for a great gathering, where we can celebrate properly and do justice our Summit theme – ‘Together’.


We hope you will be able to join us for the new date at the Ridgeway Centre in Milton Keynes, but the Summit will also be streamed online so you will still be able to join us digitally if you cannot be there in person. 

If you have already purchased your ticket, you will have received an email about your booking. If you have any queries please email tammy.voros@homeforgood.org.uk.

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Author:
Tammy at Home for Good


Date published:
29 July 2021


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