We are Wales’ national independent organisation who are dedicated to upholding the rights and welfare of children and young people who are or have been looked after.

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Jun 20, 2018 0 Comment.

Voices Choir Performance at the Wales Millennium Centre

The Voices From Care choir took to the stage on June 7th at the Wales Millennium Centre to open up the Festival of Voice (FoV) through a choral performance....

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#MerthyrForum this evening: Talking about housing, council tax and wellbeing. Thank you @MerthyrCBC for coming to meet with YP to hear their thoughts on housing & council tax and @SteveGeorge100 for linking up with YP to help kick start a fitness & volunteering programme!

For looked after children, getting your voice heard in review meetings can be a challenge! Our new guide will give young people some practical tips and ideas on how to be more involved in the future https://t.co/Y5cfD4zyrZ

Love this. 👏👏👏 Children and young people who have experienced care are relentlessly portrayed as either sad, bad, mad or all three. It’s time for the adults to end the stigma. https://t.co/0ndXG87MX8

Hi @cerysfurlong. Would you know of any organisations which could help fund a care leaver through a Masters Degree? It seems the cut off age is generally 25 but this person is 32 & returned to education some years after leaving care. Huge thanks.

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About Us

We bring young people together throughout Wales, who are, or have been looked after. We aim to provide opportunities, to improve the conditions of being in care, to promote the view of young people and to protect the interests of young people in care.

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Membership

Any young person, who is or has been looked after in Wales, is welcome to become a member of Voices From Care. As a member you can be as actively involved as you like. We aim to make sure that young people are heard by the decision makers in Wales.

Membership

Advice & Support

We provide an Advice and Support service for young people who are or have been looked after in Wales. This is generally individual support given by our Advice and Support team on a wide range of problems that can effect young people who have been in care.

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