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As part of its work as an adoption agency, PACT finds “forever families” for children who haven’t always had the happiest start in life.
Among those children placed with a PACT family was four-year-old Patrick who was unwanted by his alcoholic birth parents.
He spent the first two years of his life strapped in a pushchair, facing the wall. He could hear what was happening around him but the other children were not allowed to speak to him.
Initially, an angry, hurting and very traumatised child, he has come round to seeing the world as a loving, kind place and his new family at the centre of that.
Now aged eight, Patrick welcomed his new adopted sister with this message: “Don’t fight, don’t lie, don’t swear. We can play together. Enjoy your life here. Give love.”
£30 will pay for:
a family with adopted or fostered children to attend one of PACT’s family fun days.
£130 will pay for:
a therapy session for an adopted or fostered child and their family to help address attachment difficulties.
£450 will pay for:
a vulnerable women to have one-to-one support sessions at Alana House for a month, helping to address issues including debt, addiction, domestic abuse, housing and low self esteem.
£800 will pay for:
a child who has witnessed domestic abuse to attend a Bounce Back
4 Kids course to help them manage their feelings and break the cycle of domestic abuse.