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Online information events

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Due to the outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19) we are now running all our information events online.

Our fostering information events are an informal opportunity to learn more about fostering and how to become a foster carer. You can hear first-hand from people who foster and learn about some of the children who need homes, all from the comfort of your living room. Social workers and foster carers will be on hand to chat and answer your questions, and we'll tell you more about the process of becoming a foster carer.

Events are currently held on Zoom but, when we can, we'll be restarting our local events around Essex. If you have any questions about our events, please call us on 0800 801 530 or send us an email at fosteringrecruitmentduty@essex.gov.uk..

Location:

Online fostering information event

Tuesday 8 December 2020 (7.00pm to 9.00pm)
Join us for a virtual session to learn more about fostering from the comfort of your own home.

Online event: Find out more about fostering

Wednesday 13 January 2021 (7.00pm to 8.00pm)
Ever thought about fostering? Come along to our informal event to find out more.

Online event: Find out more about fostering

Saturday 23 January 2021 (11.00am to 12.00pm)
Join our Zoom event to find out what fostering's all about and if it's right for you.

Online event: Find out more about fostering

Tuesday 26 January 2021 (7.00pm to 8.00pm)
Come along to our event to learn more about fostering and speak to our experienced team.

Online event: Find out more about fostering

Wednesday 10 February 2021 (7.00pm to 8.00pm)
Join us for a relaxed and interactive session all about fostering in Essex.

Online event: Find out more about fostering a child with disabilities

Saturday 27 February 2021 (11.00am to 12.00pm)
Could you foster a child with disabilities? Come along to our informal event to learn more.

or to talk to our friendly recruitment team call 0800 801 530



 

 

 

"Anyone can foster. It's the best thing we've ever done." Debbie and Vic, foster carers