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Charity for LDs, limited abilities parents with young children engaged in Social Services and Family Court proceedings

Our non-profit community projects specifically for low-income families in high-risk local authority districts

We do not need to be popular; we only need to be honest and true to our cause
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Parenting Together Scotland

Charity reg: 1149523 helps limited abilities parents with children involved in Family Court and social care proceedings
We help language and learning difficulties parents to prepare for Court hearings, sort their most significant evidence, write clear testimonies and Court Appeals

Marginalised, socially disadvantaged and low-income families are supported by our Non-Profit Organisation reg. 06796387
Subscriptions are donations, both on the same page

Wishingwell Scotland begins Monday June 24th


Wishingwell 4 Children

True to
UNCRC - Rights of the child, article 12

Services for LDs, emotional and behaviour problems children wishing to live at home with their true family, siblings, and grandparents

Parenting course for parents, professionals, youth and community workers

The “perpetual cycle of abuse” begins with fatherless children having no direction or inspiration to seek a stable lifetime relationship bonded in love
The happiness and joy of life begins with understanding community and parental responsibilities, mutual respect, and personal accountability. We aim to inspire young people by engaging them with positive attitudes; to raise their ambitions and dreams to be respected as kind, loving, devoted partners and loyal friends

 

         ID number: FR.ID-127023   Award winning Legal Services provider           

 


  

Professional reports and assessments

Please note that a monthly subscription is expected

                                   

Returning children to their natural family

Low-income ≠ high-risk


Where children live determines their vulnerability

 

Wishingwell project

We learned our craft living, studying, and working among the savage and brutal 'grooming gangs' of Bradford. Our award-winning strategy involved youth and community workers, Legal professionals and parents

 

         ID number: FR.ID-127023   Award winning Legal Services provider        

 


 

 


Parenting Together Charity reg: 1149523 is also a Social Enterprise, Not for Profit Organisation(NPO), UK reg: 06796387

We value our independence and integrity, allowing us to work without any Conflict of Interest. We are financed only by corporate, public donations and charitable Trusts We do not receive any financial support from Local Authorities, the Government or our recommended Solicitors

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