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About SFS

A brief insight in how we aim to give children the opportunity to achieve their full potential.

A wide range of children and young people need someone to look after them. Supported Fostering Services (SFS) is a registered charity working in your community supporting people like you to offer children and young people a better start in life.

Rated 'Outstanding' by Ofsted, SFS has a qualified social work team to offer guidance and support 24 hours a day. The comprehensive training programme helps carers draw on their life experiences and develop new skills to meet the needs of children in the care system.

Fostering can be a rewarding and challenging experience helping children and young people grow and develop to their full potential. There are many different types of fostering so whether you're a single person, a couple or larger family someone needs your help. A weekly allowance is paid for each child. Carers are being recruited in your area right now.

SFS provides 24 hour support for any problems or issues that occur outside of office hours and a comprehensive training program.

Many people do not have the time to be a full time foster carer but have space in their lives to provide shared care. SFS runs a shortbreak/shared care placement scheme supporting carer's who provide regular respite.

Foster Carer Recruitment:

Fostering in North London - Contact Our North London Office

Fostering in Hertfordshire - Contact Our North London Office

Fostering in South London - Contact Our South London Office

Fostering in Kent - Contact Our Kent Office

Fostering in Essex - Contact Our Essex Office

Fostering in Cardiff - Contact Our Cardiff Office

Fostering in South Wales - Contact Our Cardiff Office

For our contact information click here.

Information about SFS

Statement of Purpose England

Statement of Purpose Wales

We are committed to continual improvement and development to meet our objectives. Part of this process is an annual review of the quality of care provided under Section 42 of the Fostering Services (Wales) Regulations 2003. Copies are available to service users upon request.