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Our chosen charities

Three Circles Fostering supports other organisations working with children and young people, with significant charitable donations. These donations are made unconditionally, and not to promote our own commercial interests.

Our chosen charities are listed below and can be viewed by clicking the link at the bottom of this post. This year, we have also raised money for Macmillan cancer support, Children in Need, Save the Children and the Seashells Trust.

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Three Circles has been nominated for the LGBT community organisation award at The National Diversity Awards 2018.

We have been nominated for the LGBT community organisation award at The National
Diversity Awards 2018.

 

Nominations are now open and close June 01st 2018 


Shortlisted nominees will be announced shortly after this date.


To nominate us please visit: nominate.nationaldiversityawards.co.uk
Or for a nomination form please email: emma@nationaldiversityawards.co.uk

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Graffiti workshop - Online Safety

Wow! What a day we had on Saturday at Three Circles Fostering. We had a company called Graffiti Stars come in to deliver an online safety workshop.

Young people braved the cold to design an incredible piece of artwork that is permanently displayed in our youth/ training room.

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LGBT History Month

February is LGBT History Month 2018
 

Theme: "Geography: Mapping Our World"

The Proud Trust have created a fantastic LGBT History Month Resource and Education Pack for 2018, in conjunction with Schools OUT UK. They're also delighted that Stuart Milk, nephew of Harvey, co-founder of Harvey Milk Foundation and international LGBT rights campaigner, has also contributed, by writing the foreword.

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Talking to children worried about terrorism

It has been a testing week and we are all saddened by the events that have happened over the past few weeks.

With all the news and media coverage it is likely young people will have a lot of questions, worries and concerns regarding what they see.

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