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Online Class


Kinship Hub offers online webinars to kinship carers and children on a range of topics from managing contact safely, to promoting a positive sense of identity, life story work and building resilience.

Join our mailing list, follow us on social media or check our EVENTS page for details of future events, and CONTACT us to discuss your kinship carers needs.  

From April 2022, Kinship Hub will begin providing webinars to international families through a partnership with Children and Family Across Borders (CFAB) on the topics of Attachment and Trauma, Life-story Work and Family Contact.



Kinship carers cooking club is a fun group where children and carers can get together and cook a meal from scratch. There are groups that meet in South London, and now also a group in North London.

For Kinship Hub members in the South London area, we have regular in person sessions in SE14.

For Kinship Hub members in the North London area, we have fortnightly in person Saturday sessions in N22. 

Upcoming dates can be found in the EVENTS page. 

New Members can register HERE.

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In addition to our in person cooking club sessions, we also organize meet ups/fun days and in-person events for kinship carers and children to connect, as well as providing guidance, support and advice. 

Join our mailing list, follow us on social media or check our EVENTS page for details of future events.



Kinship carers often have to give up work to look after their family members. Our carers are the beating heart of Kinship Carers Hub, as such it has always been our aim to employ from within the hub membership.

We help upskill kinship carers by providing training and mentorship with a view to assisting them to enter/re-enter the workforce via one of our ever increasing projects. 

Get in touch if you'd like to discuss partnerships with Kinship Kitchen in your venue.

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