Siblings Together promotes positive contact between brothers and sisters separated by Foster care, kinship care, residential care or adoption. Some siblings may even be living with parents.

We now require volunteers for our 2015 Monthly Activity Days in South London . Download your application here.


There are 2 new ways you can donate to Siblings Together this Christmas time.


1. The Big Give Christmas Challenge


During the period between the 4th December to the 17th December all donations made via our page on theBigGive website will be doubled.  So, for every £1 you donate, Siblings Together will receive an additional £1 in return at no extra cost to you.

This is a rare opportunity for your generous donations to go twice as far as normal, enabling Siblings Together to reach many more young people who have been separated from their siblings through the care system.


2. Give As You Live

Give as You Live

Do your Christmas shopping through Give As You Live’s website and give to Siblings Together at the same time.  https://www.giveasyoulive.com/howitworks

Create an account via the link and choose Siblings Together as the charity you would like to donate to as you shop.  A percentage of what you pay for your items will then makes its way to us at no extra cost.

Donating to us this Christmas would be a perfect gift, not just for our charity but for new sibling groups so that they too can join in with our activities.


“I was concerned to learn of the large majority of children in care in the UK today are separated from their brothers and sisters simply because of the fact they are in care. I’m delighted to hear that Siblings Together is doing so much to address this issue, both by campaigning to get this rectified and through the marvellous projects and camps they organise to reunite siblings in care. I wish them every success with the anthology of work the young people have produced from their Arvon writing experience.” Dame Helen Mirren