Sunbeam Fostering agency is one of the UK largest and most progressive independent fostering agencies.
Recently we have celebrated 20 years of success.
We are very thankful to all our foster carers for all their input and hard work.
Independent research has demonstrated that the longer a young person can stay with a foster family, the more successful they are later on.
In those 20 years, we have achieved some amazing goals.
- Sunbeam has provided a combined length of service of over 4,000 years across all foster carers
- We have supported 5000 children and young persons
- 95% of our care leavers are in education or employment
- We have approved and supported 1000 foster carers over the past 20 years
- Our average placement length is 650 days
- Every year we are supporting up to 700 children and young persons
All our foster carers are well trained and able to provide a healthy and nurturing environment to enable children/young person an appropriate development into adulthood. They are well trained to develop their parenting skills.
Our foster carers provide an environment to enable all children/young persons growing independence and maturity.
Sunbeam foster carers have skills to enable children/young persons to sustain relationships and provide an ability to value themselves and others.
Foster carers are doing a great job and looking after children/young persons, who are abused, neglected, family break up or came from a different culture/background where they have suffered too much. Over 65,000 foster children/young persons are living with foster carers in UK. More than 8000 Foster carers are needed only in the current year (2019).
Many people wrongly assume that their age, relationship status (if they are single, for example, or different sex) or if they don’t own a home will stop them to become foster carer. But this is not true. “It’s frustrating because there is so much potential out there,” says Helen Clarke, development worker at the Fostering Network. “But actually there are very few things that might rule you out from fostering, apart from obvious things like certain criminal offences.”
To become foster carer or if you need more information, please visit our website or call our recruitment team on 02087990930 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We would be helping/guiding you from the very first step to all the way to approve you as foster carer and throughout your fostering career. https://www.thefosteringnetwork.org.uk/blogs/dom-tfn/foster-carer-discusses-positive-effects-staying-in-care