TACT responds to closure of 81 year old children’s charity

Author: TACT Communications

In response to yesterday’s announcement of the closure of Children England, a collective body of children’s charities founded in the second world war, TACT CEO Andy Elvin, said; “The building blocks of our civil society are being deliberately dismantled and the extremely regrettable closure of Children England is the latest example of this.

“A system that allows private equity investors to excessively profit from children’s social care but cannot fund organisations that protect and speak up for these children is profoundly broken.”

As the UK’s largest dedicated fostering charity, TACT continues to forge ahead in the achievement of better lives for children and young people – an ethos that underpins the reinvestment of any surplus back into foster homes as well as the expansion of services to further support foster carers.

Read more in the Independent.