Become (formerly known as The Who Cares? Trust) has been supporting, and campaigning for, children in care and young care leavers since 1985. Our experienced spokespeople can talk authoritatively and confidently about the issues facing children in care and young care leavers. We believe it’s important to listen to children and young people and what they think about care – and that extends to media comment. We will try and facilitate links between young people and journalists when this is appropriate.
If you have an enquiry for Become, please contact the press office on 020 7017 2788 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
For urgent out of hours media enquiries, please call 07894540620
News and Opinion
Thank you all I know from chatting to @jeremycorbyn he really does care about these issues. Our manifesto pledged to @ResCareTo21 https://twitter.com/Become1992/status/1074410671922667520 …
Fascinating that he didn't go to @Become1992 What's that all about? @whocaresscot have gallons of political support but I've never seen May at an eg. awards event (unlike @NicolaSturgeon). @jeremycorbyn would have been more prudent to visit in England? Wouldn't you think??
After travelling for months to reach the UK, Samir now feels ‘safe and happy’ in his children’s home. He does, however, fear that in only two short years, he will be forced to return to a country that tried to capture and kill him. Read his story here: http://ow.ly/CFep30mZf1I pic.twitter.com/Ws5Ys0Ci1E
At just 13 years old Rita and her two younger sisters were forced to leave Eritrea. They hoped to find somewhere safe but instead found violence, abuse and imprisonment. Rita now lives in a residential children's home in London. This is her story... http://ow.ly/M6mG30mZfdr pic.twitter.com/FFtX5U9FTn