We are urgently looking to recruit more foster families to foster children in Bromley. Despite the lockdown and social distancing measures amid the COVID-19 pandemic our fostering service has adapted to continue serving children and families. You can still complete our contact form to discover all there is to know about becoming a foster carer, and you can also arrange a call with our team, when it is most convenient for you, to have all your questions answered. We look forward to hearing from you.
Our children need you!
Being a foster carer means providing a family for a baby, child or young person whose family can no longer look after them.
There are different types of foster care - some are for short periods of just a few days and others can be for longer periods until the child or young person reaches adulthood.
Anyone can foster as long as they're over 21, have a spare bedroom, and have no serious criminal convictions.
Our foster carers come from all walks of life just like the children and young people who they care for. In return for fostering for Bromley you'll receive excellent training and support and a weekly professional fostering fee and maintenance allowance. The maintenance allowance covers the full cost of looking after a child, including a contribution to household expenses, leisure, clothes and transport.
Start something amazing today - take the first to making a difference in a child’s life.
Pages in: Fostering
- About fostering for Bromley
- Applying - Who can foster?
- Becoming a foster carer - the process
- Fostering frequently asked questions and myths
- Friends and family care