About us

We are PACT

PACT – Parents And Children Together – is an adoption charity and family support provider helping hundreds of families every year through outstanding adoption and adoption support services and community projects across London and the south east of England.

Established in 1911, PACT is now one of the UK’s leading charities in its field and is dedicated to the placement of children with secure and loving families, continued support through therapeutic services, supporting and empowering women facing multiple disadvantages and the recovery of children affected by domestic abuse.

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Our Values

Our shared values drive everything that we do.

  • We are PROFESSIONAL in our service delivery.
  • We are committed to maintaining a POSITIVE ATTITUDE.
  • We are INNOVATIVE in the way we approach our work.
  • We genuinely DESIRE TO HELP OTHERS.
Our Values

Last year at PACT…

84

children were placed in loving, stable families

168

women were supported  through Alana House

56

children affected by domestic abuse were supported through Bounce Back 4 Kids

children were placed in loving, stable families

women were supported  through Alana House

children affected by domestic abuse were supported through Bounce Back 4 Kids

Meet the leadership teams

Learn more about the Senior Management Team team and the Executive Board of trustees at PACT

Check out PACT’s latest news

Blog: Farewell to Emily

PACT enquiries officer, Emily Sopp is leaving to go travelling so we caught up with her to look back on her time working and volunteering with PACT
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Blog: Black History Month

October is Black History Month and we take the opportunity to celebrate our Black adoptive families and also highlight the need for parents for the many children of Black and mixed ethnicity waiting for adoption
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Blog: Adopting an older child

When you think about the term adoption you may instantly think of bringing home a baby or toddler to become part of your family. But, what if the right child for you was older, a three-year-old? Or even a child of six or seven?
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