Get involved in fostering if you care

22 October 2019

Do you care about the well-being of children in care? 

Supporting different causes has become incredibly easy particularly thanks to social media. For example, 84% of social media users share posts to highlight issues that are important to them and show others that they care. Unfortunately, many people are more proactive online than in real life. When it comes to local children in care, we would like to change this. This is why we encourage you to discover Brent Fostering and get involved in foster care if you love children and want to make a difference. 

From helping babies to take their first steps in life, to empowering vulnerable children and encouraging teenagers to stay in school and thrive there are countless things that you can do.

If you are at the stage where you could become a foster carer and meet the requirements, you should consider joining Brent Fostering.

If you are thinking about becoming a foster parent someday, you can join an exclusive online community of like-minded people to find out:

-          How other people manage fostering

-          What you need to become a good foster carer

-          How to prepare so that you are approved

-          Insights and premium content from childcare professionals.

 ‘Fostering is the best decision I could have ever made. It is challenging but just so rewarding. I still remember the moment when I got approved, I believe I cried. Getting the backing and the ‘yes’ from the fostering panel was absolutely amazing, and it made me feel confident and supported.’ – Debbie Krieger, Brent foster carer since 2015

Local children in care need you so take action and discover fostering

If you are not in a position to foster but identify with this cause you can support us on social media. Follow Brent Fostering on Facebook and YouTube for inspiring stories.