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Fostering happens when children are unable to live with their birth parents or family.

This can be for a whole variety of reasons. Sometimes they may have experienced abuse, neglect or a parent may become ill and unable to care for their child.

Fostering provides a home and more stable family life for children and young people who can no longer be cared for by their parents. There are many different types of fostering depending on the needs of the child or young person. There are many reasons why children are placed into care and it is our job to find them safe, supportive and caring homes with foster carers. 

Why you should foster with us

Dedicated support from day one

The best foster carers are those who feel supported. That's why we provide round the clock support to all our carers to help you with any issues you may have.

Great pay & benefits package

Once experienced, you could be earning up to £442 per week to care for children and young people who need help in our community.

Training & development

Unlock your career potential while making a difference to the lives of local children with our extensive training opportunities and rewards.

Caring for local children

We need local people to care for local children and young people so that they have safe and supportive homes in the communities where they live.
 

“The biggest thing you can do for these kids is just be there for them.”

-Martin, Foster Carer

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