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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Awst 6, 2018 0 Comment.

5N1V Summer Camp 2018

Voices From Care Cymru joined the other members of the 5N1V Alliance for their annual summer camp. This year the camp was hosted by Who Cares? Scotland. One of...

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Are you a Care Leaver that is worried about or has experienced Homelessness?
@cardiffuni Masters student William needs your help!

Can you help shed some insight into the link between care leavers and homelessness?

Contact us to get involved!

Our West Wales regional group meeting will now take place on 17th August. If you have already then get in touch soon to secure your place!

Are you running the @CardiffHalf with us this year?

Voices From Care Cymru have teamed up with TREC2 Merthyr Tydfil!

We will be meeting every Wednesday at 2pm!

Get in tip top shape for the race of your life!

Fab blog post by one of our young people on her experience at the #5N1V summer camp. Head to the VFCC website to read in full https://t.co/JbvE0v0f3B https://t.co/bTdcmDPJuH

I thoroughly enjoyed Struan summer camp this year! I made so many new friends and gained so much confidence from the experience...

Read more about her time at camp ⬇️

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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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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.



Voices From Care Cymru aims to keep right up to date on the issues that face care experienced young people. We do this by undertaking our own research but also by feeding the views of our members into other organisations research and responding to consultations.