A message from St Christopher’s Chief Executive, Jonathan Whalley
St Christopher’s has 150 years’ experience looking after children and young people. This expertise is helping us to ensure we provide high quality care and support to young people during the coronavirus outbreak.
Throughout this period, young people remain our biggest priority. Our staff are working hard to keep them feeling safe, happy & loved, and are supporting them to understand the situation as it evolves.
We are still taking referrals to our children’s homes, 16+ services and foster homes at this time and are working closely with local authorities to consider each young person’s needs. Please get in touch with us today for more information. Our main office is closed but we can still be contacted using the email addresses at the end of this page.
We are grateful for the support that our local communities and donors have shown to us during this time, so thank you for everything you have done and are doing to help.
Finally, and most importantly, thank you to our amazing staff for persevering through this outbreak and always putting children at the heart of your work. Your kindness, commitment and passion never ceases to amaze me, and I really appreciate everything you are doing.
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