ALERT – Afghan refugee foster care social media posts

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September 7, 2021

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We have been made aware of posts on social media and information circulating in the community purporting to be from Uniting relating to the fostering of Afghan refugee children.

These posts have not been authorised by Uniting and are fake and misleading.

We are asking our supporters and followers to ignore any social media posts or flyers on this issue.

Please do not provide your personal information or bank details or click on any links provided in the correspondence.

Uniting’s KOMAK program provides support to the Afghan community in south-east Melbourne.  Find out more.

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