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Fostering Scheme

Fostering Scheme volunteers help to provide alternative care arrangements for children and youths who may have been abused, neglected or abandoned. Foster parents help to provide temporary care for children and youths who need a safe, stable and nurturing home.

If you and your spouse have a heart for children and youths under 18 and are committed to caring for them, please volunteer as foster parents.

Volunteers help to:

  • Provide a safe, loving and healthy family environment
  • Provide shelter to children and youths under 18, including babies, older children and teenagers, sibling sets and children with special needs

Find out about being a Foster Parent here:

Watch Nicole’s story Watch Lily’s storyCheck out this video to learn how you can provide stability and nurturance to children and youths Access the Starter Kit, which contains essential information, guiding questions and resources to help families prepare for fostering
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