carer

Call me back

Don't have time to chat now? Give us your contact details and we will get you back when it's suitable for you.



X

Fostering in Cambridge

Some children do not have the positive start in life that you would hope for, and they may not have received the care which they need. Helping a child to feel safe and happy again can be a big challenge, but it can be enormously rewarding to make this happen. We are looking for compassionate people who have lots of patience, love and time to give to a vulnerable child. There is a huge need for more foster carers in Cambridge right now, and we are always looking to recruit passionate new carers.

Fostering in Cambridge
Fostering a child is a unique opportunity to positively impact on a child’s life and help to really make a difference. You don’t have to have had your own children to become a foster carer, although any child care experience is useful.

Get in touch if you would like to learn about how to become a foster carer in Cambridge. Our foster carers enjoy a supportive supervising social worker, new training courses every year and a 24/7 phone service, as we are always there to support you.

Why UK Fostering?
UK Fostering has a child-centred philosophy that is central to absolutely everything we do. We ensure that we recruit caring and skilled foster carers who are consistently well-supported, and able to provide an excellent level of care. Get in contact with us today to become a part of the UK Fostering community.

Call Us Now 0345 222 0518 or Request a Call Back



Our Blogs

  • National Share-a-Story Month – May 2021

    The Federation of Children’s Book Groups (FCBG) is an organisation that was started in the 1960s, in response Read More

    READ MORE

  • Children’s Social Worker to Foster Carer Champion

    As foster carers you are not expected to navigate fostering alone. You will have lots of support and Read More

    READ MORE

  • Welcoming A Foster Child To Your Home – Foster Carer Family Profiles

    When a child enters foster care for the first time, or is moving to a new foster home, Read More

    READ MORE