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Today’s global celebrations post is all about Eid! There are two types of Eid celebrated each year, but we’re going to discuss just one version in this post. EID AL-FITR WHAT ‘Eid al-Fitr’, which translates to ‘festival of breaking of the fast’, is the first of the two Eids celebrated by Muslims every year around
Welcome to another unusual and frankly random post. In the lead up to Christmas celebrations this year, Unity is going global. We’re going around the world in 40 days! No, not in the literal Jackie Chan sense…but better! Every week we’re celebrating celebrations – in other words, we’re going to post about a particular festivity
Happy Monday! We’ve got an extra special blog post for you today. We know, we spoil you. Today, we’re going behind the scenes at Unity Foster Care. We’re giving you an exclusive, backstage look at everything from how Unity was set up, and what happens day-to-day. Special thanks to our fabulous team members, Lisa, Debbie
Here at Unity Foster Care, we love reading and sharing hand-picked inspirational quotes – as evident by our Instagram page, which is filled with them! As Mondays are generally the most dreaded days of the week, causing the Sunday blues, we thought we would try an add even just a little bit of motivation to your
Happy Friday! Welcome back to our regular feature in which we attempt to uncover and factually answer some common misconceptions surrounding the foster care process. Today’s myth we’re busting this Friday is: ‘I can’t foster because I’m single’. To foster you don’t need to be married or be in a relationship. You can be single,
It was an early start for the Unity Team this morning, as Unity co-founders Isma Almas (pictured right) and Lisa Chamberlain (pictured left) headed to BBC Radio Leeds for an interview on Richard Stead’s Breakfast Show. Whilst there, they discussed why Unity was established, Unity’s aims and common misconceptions about fostering. You can listen by