Adopt Three

 

“Three is amazing, challenging and the best thing ever for both the kids and us”

PACT Adopter Laura

Could you adopt three children?

Often there are groups of brothers and/or sisters in care who really need to be adopted together. PACT is looking for some very special adopters who can take a sibling group of three children. Finding adopters with the skills and space for three children is crucial so that these brothers and sisters can be adopted together. Rated Outstanding by Ofsted, PACT offers award-winning therapeutic support. PACT is looking for a range of adopters from all backgrounds, including those from black and minority ethnic backgrounds and the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community. 

To find out more about adopting with PACT, download an adoption guide or watch this short film.

To read a case study about a PACT adopter who adopted three siblings click  here

If you'd like to have an informal chat about adoption, you can speak to one of PACT's Enquiries Officers. They can give you some more information, answer any questions you may have and book you onto a  PACT Adoption Information Event where you will hear a bit more about the process from PACT social workers and a PACT adopter will share their story. PACT's Enquiries Officers are available Monday-Friday 10am-3pm by calling 0300 456 4800. You can also email  enquiries@pactcharity.org

FAQs

  • How much space do I need if i want to consider adopting three children?  Ideally there needs to be a room for each child or the capacity to make three separate rooms in the future.
  • Does PACT have experience of placing three children with adopters?  PACT has assessed families for large sibling groups and is very experienced in this type of assessment, matching and placement for such families. PACT's dedicated team of Placement Officers are committed to finding the right match for PACT families.
  • Can I speak to someone who adopted three children with PACT?  PACT has a team of Adopter Champions who have a variety of different adoption experiences. One of these Champions adopted a sibling group of three and is available to speak to prospective adopters.