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Care for the Family is a national charity which aims to promote strong family life and to help those who face family difficulties.

Care for the Family is a registered charity and has been working to strengthen family life since 1988. Our aim is to promote strong family relationships and to help those who face family difficulties.

CFF Info Booklet 2016

Introducing Care for the Family

Read our online booklet for an introduction to the work of Care for the Family, and how you can get involved.

The Care for the Family story

For over 25 years Care for the Family has been working throughout the UK and the Isle of Man. We provide parenting, relationship and bereavement support through our events, resources, courses, training and volunteer networks. Our work is motivated by Christian compassion, and our resources and support are available to everyone, of any faith or none.

Care for the Family’s work was launched in 1988 by Rob Parsons. It all started with Rob leaving his job as a senior partner in a successful law practice to set up the family charity from a small office in a room at the back of a hairdresser’s in Cardiff. The first initiative in those early days was a series of marriage seminars. Drawing from his own experiences of family life, and often joined by his wife Dianne, the events were the first of their kind and were immensely popular, encouraging and strengthening hundreds of couples.

Now, a quarter of a century later, Care for the Family has become a national family charity running events and courses across the UK, and creating resources that are used all over the world.

In 1998, the charity moved to the current National Family Centre on the outskirts of Cardiff. With over 80 staff, Care for the Family operates throughout the UK and the Isle of Man.

How you can help

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Care for the Family could not exist without people like you. Indeed, most of our income comes from individual support. There are many ways you can support this work – you can find out more here.

Let’s keep in touch, stay informed about Care for the Family’s work through our events, resources and initiatives.

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You can call us on (029) 2081 0800 or email mail@cff.org.uk if you have any questions that aren’t answered in this section.