Fostering North Yorkshire need more foster carers!


Can you give a safe and caring home to children and young people who can’t, for a variety of reasons, live with their own family? It could be for just a few days or for the rest of their childhood, depending on what’s best for the child.



Being a foster carer is a wonderful and rewarding experience, bringing hope and happiness to children who really need a secure and loving home.
It doesn’t matter if you’re married or single, working full time, part time, unemployed or retired, gay or straight, own or rent your home – the only requirements are that you must be at least 21 years old, have a spare room and the desire to help.


Fostering North Yorkshire needs more people to give homes to children coming into care, from all over the county. Having enough carers means children can stay near their family and friends, and brothers and sisters can stay together.



Get in the frame: freephone 0800 054 6989 or go to


To get the picture, let some of our carers tell you about how rewarding it is to foster…


Stray FM and North Yorkshire County Council want to help you make a difference to a child’s life.
Go on, take this first simple step to find out more...

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Ever thought about foster care? Now is the time to find out more, tell us your contact details and we will be in touch, it’s that easy, no pressure, just information


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