SOLIHULL Council has launched an online campaign to recruit more foster carers from across the borough.
The ‘Foster for Solihull’ campaign aims to encourage people to consider becoming a foster carer and provide children with a loving home and a sense of belonging.
The campaign focuses on the 24/7 support for foster carers, as well as the opportunity to join a community of like-minded people.
Foster for Solihull prides itself on the wealth of support and resources for its fostering families.
It’s a combination of 24/7 access to an experienced fostering team, as well as local training that’s exclusive to the borough.
Coun Michael Gough, cabinet member for children and education said: “We believe that all of Solihull’s children should grow up with a sense of belonging.
“A foster carer’s role is to help a child grow up feeling safe, supported and part of a family.
“We know this is a life changing decision that makes an incredible difference to a child’s life, and that’s why we are there to support our carers together, every step of the way.”
Visit https://www.fosterforsolihull.co.uk to apply.