Fostering February

10 February 2020

Dedicate this month to looking into fostering. Life is unfair for many children, but you have the power to change this. By becoming a foster carer you take on the responsibility of loving and caring for a child and helping them improve their life.

Making a firm decision about fostering is not easy. But we are always here to help and support you. 

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Do you want to get involved? This is what you need to know:

  • To foster you must be over 21. There is no upper age limit.
  • Having indefinite leave to remain in the UK is mandatory. 
  • You can foster older children or teenagers only if you have a spare bedroom. To care for babies you must have space for a cot in your bedroom. 
  • Being flexible is key. As a baby carer, you need to be available 24/7, but if you want to care for older children, you can work part-time or full-time.  
  • You need to be financially stable. From us you will receive a weekly allowance that covers the living costs of the child and a fee for your effort.  

Come to our next fostering information evening to meet one of our carers and get all your questions answered by our team. Book now.