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Come to a fostering information event

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If you would like to find out more about the challenges and rewards of fostering, please come to one of our information events.

At these informal events, you can hear first-hand from people who foster and learn about some of the children who need homes. Social workers and foster carers will be on hand to chat and answer your questions.

Events are held around Essex and you can search by your nearest town below. If you would like to attend, please call us on 0800 801 530 or email us to let us know you’ll be there.

Location:

Drop-in fostering information event, Basildon

Saturday 11 January 2020 (11.00am to 1.00pm)
Find out how you can make a difference to a child's life at this free informal drop in fostering information event.

Drop-in fostering information event, Harlow

Saturday 18 January 2020 (11.00am to 1.00pm)
Attend our free event to find out more about fostering by talking to experienced foster carers.

Drop in fostering information event, Chelmsford

Saturday 25 January 2020 (11.00am to 1.00pm)
Come along to this free informal drop in fostering information event.

Drop-in fostering information event, Colchester

Saturday 1 February 2020 (11.00am to 1.00pm)
Attend our free event to find out more about fostering by talking to experienced foster carers.

Fostering information stand, Loughton Farmers Market

Sunday 9 February 2020 (9.30am to 1.00pm)
Drop by our fostering information stand at Loughton Farmers Market and talk to experienced foster carers

Drop-in fostering information event, Dovercourt

Saturday 15 February 2020 (11.00am to 1.00pm)
Pop along and see how you could make a difference to a child's life as our informal information event.

Drop-in fostering information event, Chelmsford

Saturday 14 March 2020 (11.00am to 1.00pm)
You're invited to this free informal drop in fostering information event.

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