Our mission is to find permanent, loving families for children waiting for adoption, but our work doesn’t stop there. We understand that as well as great joy, adoption brings challenges, particularly in the early days, so we provide ongoing, specialist support for our families so that every adoption has the best chance of success.
Every year we need to raise around £150,000 to help fund this vital adoption support work. Please help us to keep our promise to be there for adopted children and families, for as long as they need us.
Friends of CCS
A group of like-minded parents, family members & friends, with the aim of raising funds for CCS and The Centre through the organisation of fundraising events and activities.Fundraising Events
Individual donations are hugely appreciated. Regular donations are particularly welcome, but whether you give monthly, quarterly, once a year, or just once - your help really does make a difference. Donate securely and easily online (or by post) and if you can, please use Gift Aid to boost your donation.Donate Here
A gift in your Will costs nothing now, but will help future generations of adopted children and their families to get the support they need. Or, celebrate the life of someone you love through a donation In Memory to CCS and create a lasting impact for adoptive families.Read More
Fundraise For Us
Fundraising for CCS is a great way to stay active or bring people together in support of a cause you care about. Take up a sporting challenge, involve your friends, neighbours, school or church community, or give as you shop or sell to help fund our work with adoptive families.Find Out How
We are always keen to hear from businesses interested in partnering with us. Choose CCS as your charity of the year, sponsor a project, donate funds or a service we need – however you want to help, we welcome your involvement and the chance to help you achieve your objectives.Read More
We are hugely grateful to the individuals and families who regularly donate or raise money for us, to the parishioners of the Clifton Diocese, and to the Trusts, Foundations and other funders who have awarded grants towards our work. Without them, our vital adoption support services would not be possible.Read More