There are around 4,000 children across the UK waiting for a new family every year from a huge range of racial, cultural and religious backgrounds. Many of these children are of school age, and over half of them are in groups of brothers and sisters who need to be placed together.

The West London Adoption and Permanence Consortium is made up of eight local authorities and three voluntary adoption agencies, and together we provide information to anyone interested in adoption.

We host a number of events to speed up the process of matching adopters to children, including exchange days, profiling events and activity days. By working together, it means that there is a larger pool of adopters and children to choose from.

We are looking for families who can provide love, stability and security to those children to meet their emotional, identity, health and developmental needs.