Volunteers week 2018 has been a chance for us to say thank you to our wide range of volunteers for all of the hard work and dedication they put into their work with Ormiston Families! Take a look at some of our wonderful volunteers...
Ormiston Families are holding their sixth annual Walk With A Fork event this September, with all proceeds going to support children and young people in the East of England facing complex life challenges.
The East of England’s leading family charity, Ormiston Families, is celebrating Volunteers’ Week with ex-offender Liz Ellis due to finish volunteering for their five-week Transforming Rehabilitation programme at Centenary House in Norwich.
The East of England’s leading family charity, Ormiston Families, is pleased to announce Allan Myatt as the new Chief Executive.
A 49-year-old mother of five is defying medics and taking part in this year’s London Marathon in aid of Ormiston Families Mpower project,
It would be easy to judge Danielle, Stacy and other women whose children have been removed from their care.
Ormiston Families works with fathers who are in prison to help them maintain family life. It isn’t always easy but it can be rewarding.
The East of England’s leading family charity, Ormiston Families, brought together over 80 employees, volunteers, fundraisers and trustees to recognise and celebrate its successes.
Our Mpower project has received more funding from a public health grant.
We are delighted to announce a Perinatal support service.
Ormiston Families and national charity Beanstalk have partnered up to host Story Starters in all of Ormiston Families’ nurseries.
Ormiston Families have now moved into new headquarters.
Ormiston Families, the East of England’s leading family charity, has partnered with the Lincolnshire Action Trust to deliver vital services in three Lincolnshire prisons.
We’re excited to share episode 2 of The Backstory Podcast by Claire Mutimer and Suzy Coulson. This episode features Harvey, a child who has used our ‘Breaking Barriers’ service to help him deal with his father being in prison.
A report which calls on the government to strengthen family ties to help offenders turn their lives around and protect public safety, has been published today.