Most of our time now is focused on promoting equality and diversity.

Working with charity’s like the Fostering Network to encourage more people from the LGBT community to look into fostering and adoption especially for children with additional needs and disabilities. We regularly support these charity’s and other organisations to break down barriers and taboos.

We also focus our attention on working with different children’s charity’s helping spread the word that’s there’s always ability in every disability.

Paul and I are charity ambassadors for the charity My Afk and also work with children’s charity’s like New life, The Variety Club and Caudwell Children.

We also campaign with The National Autistic Society, helping them spread the word ‘until everyone understands’. We work with Epilepsy Action on campaigns like this year’s campaigns for better access to cannabis-based medications for children and adults like the boys.

As well as speaking on Good morning Britain, BBC Breakfast and BBC radio coving these topics.

We will continue with our mission to change people’s views on same-sex foster care and adoption as well as people’s views on Disabilities

Our motto is ‘We wouldn’t change our boys for the world but we would change the world for them’.

If you would like to work with us, please get in touch!

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