Responding to the refugee crisis

When asylum seeking or refugee children arrive in the UK without their parents, they become looked after by their local council. These children need homes and families where they can be cared for and supported through to adulthood. We have partners across the UK assessing and training foster carers for these children and young people. Could you help?

Could you become a foster carer?

Register your interest and we will connect you with a local authority or agency when the process starts in your area. 

Could you give? 

This vital work has no access to funds from national Government. Could you help us continue to find foster carers for unaccompanied refugee children?

Register your interest Support our work Fostering an unaccompanied minor FAQ Graham and Sarah's story: fostering unaccompanied minors

Graham and Sarah

Graham and Sarah have seen hope and restoration in the lives of the children they have cared for in long-term, short-term and emergency placements.

Together in a home for good: Meli and Satya's story

A year ago, sisters Meli and Satya were living apart from each other in separate foster placements - now they are together in their home for good.

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