When: Thursday 17th September 2015, 5pm
To help celebrate Foster Care Week 2015, Foundations Care has the pleasure of announcing a book launch of Australian author Naomi Hunter’s first picture book- A secret safe to tell – at the Armidale War Memorial Library on Thursday 17 September between 5 and 6.30pm.
A secret safe to tell is an empowering story for both children and adults alike, exploring the journey to safety after sexual abuse, and is a must for all school and family libraries.
The event will include a discussion hosted by author Naomi Hunter, on child protection and safety of all children and young people in today’s busy world. Copies of Naomi’s book will also be available for purchase on the night.
For more information on foster care or the book launch, please contact Kylie at Foundations Care on 6707 1000.
During National Foster Care Week, 13-20 September 2015, local foster care agency Foundations Care is asking local residents if they can ‘make a difference?’
With over 30 years’ experience in supporting children, young people and their families, Foundations Care value and recognise the important role foster carers play in ensuring the best possible outcomes for our most vulnerable children.
Foster carers are ‘ordinary people doing extraordinary things.’ We welcome carers from all walks of life; single carers, married couples, same sex couples, childless carers, carers of all ages and all cultural backgrounds – we need you!