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Family Law Awards charity partner, the Family Rights Group

Date:9 JAN 2023
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We were delighted to be working with Family Rights Group as our charity partner for the Family Law Awards this year.

Family Rights Group is the leading charity working with families involved with children’s social care services.

Their free, confidential advice service helps parents and kinship carers to understand their rights and options, but funding pressures mean they can only answer 4 in 10 callers. 



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    Family Rights Group works to keep children safe within their family. They created the Lifelong Links approach which supports children in care to build a support network by safely connecting them with relatives and other people who care about them. Over 2000 children have benefited to date.

    The charity also has an impressive record of campaign successes, most recently in securing an extension to legal aid for special guardians in private law proceedings and non-means tested legal aid for parents who oppose applications for placement orders or adoption orders for their child.

    Here is how you can help support their work with children and families:

    1. Make a donation to their Family Law Awards fundraiser. Thank you those who already gave generously on the evening. Donate here
    2. Sign up to the charity’s newsletter for updates on their work influencing child welfare law and practice and to find out how you can get involved.
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