After recently listening to an inspiring talk about businesses giving back, I wanted to put something into practice with Who Am I? Family Tree Research.
Studying people’s family histories gives me enormous satisfaction. Being able to connect clients with their ancestors is so rewarding.
But what about those who don’t have families today?
Who Am I? Family Tree Research is now working together with a charity that offers help and support for children to find new families.
Families For Children are a fantastic organisation who specialise in placing the most vulnerable children with secure and loving adoptive families. These children specifically include older children (age 4 and up), sibling groups who need to stay together, and children with additional needs.
With every Family Tree Research Package ordered, you will be giving the gift of family to one of these children. Our giving program promises that for every family tree research package sold, our donation will enable a parent to attend a Therapeutic Parenting training session.
The course is to train parents of children that have relationship difficulties. It focuses on teaching parents how to build an emotional connection with children who find it difficult to make attachments because of trauma or loss in early life. They encourage the enhancement of self-esteem and trust in others.
I am so humbled by the work that foster and adoptive families do, and I’m thrilled to be able to help support them in this way.
I shall post updates of the contributions here and on my social media sites, so stay tuned.