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the condition of being a child without living parents

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a public institution for the care of orphans

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Darlington borough council are looking for a childrens home placement for a 15 year old boy.
The Childrens Home and Aid serves southern Illinois and assists with helping children get adopted and providing counseling and support for families who have post-adopted children.
At their reunion in the childrens home, Mrs Gill gave her son his favourite pink teddy bear and his orange comfort blanket.
The duo said getting to spread Christmas cheer while getting the word out about the services of the Childrens Home warms their holiday soul.
Leicester city council invites quotations for the activity room extension at dunblane avenue childrens home.
The Mothers Mercy Home (MMH) is a childrens home for orphans in the north of Nairobi.
The National Childrens Homes (NCH) group is appealing for people to make a fundraising parachute solo jump from 3,000ft or a Tandem skydive from 10,000ft.
Tenders are invited for 18 095 residential childrens homes - market engagement event
NHC, formerly National Childrens Homes, organised an exclusive cocktail party for local businesses at the Hotel du Vin.
Their aim is to raise cash for the Cystic Fibrosis Trust and National Childrens Homes.
Service to conduct independent visits to each of the councils childrens homes in line with regulation 44 of the childrens homes (england) regulations 2015.
the council wants to place in childrens homes based on a model of care which is as close to a family environment as possible; with a regular staff team skilled in working with children and young people with attachment difficulties and other challenges from adverse childhood experiences.
Tenders are invited for soft market testing - childrens homes for transition preparation and moving on