The Dunbar Project CIC

The Dunbar Project CIC

At a glance


  • Black, asian and minority ethnic groups
  • Health and well being / research and care
  • Lesbian, gay, bisexual & transgender
  • Mental health

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Not for profit
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At The Dunbar Project (previously Adoptee Futures), we believe that adoption is a lifelong experience that can have a lasting impact on adoptees. We understand that adoptees face unique challenges that can make it difficult to navigate through life. That is why we provide a safe and supportive environment where adoptees can connect with others who have had similar experiences, share their stories, and learn from each other. Our goal is to create a community where adoptees can find healing, support, and a sense of belonging.


The Dunbar Project provides coaching and support groups for adult adoptees who may be struggling with issues such as identity, attachment, and trauma. Through these programs, adoptees can learn strategies from each other to manage their emotions and develop healthy relationships.

In addition, The Dunbar Project offers training and workshops for adoptive parents, social workers, and other professionals to help them understand the needs of adoptees better. We believe that by educating adoptive families and professionals, they can create a better future for adoptees.

Finally, The Dunbar Project hosts events throughout the year to bring the adoption community together. These events provide opportunities for adoptees, adoptive parents, and professionals to network, learn, and have fun.

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