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10 reasons to foster with us

  1. We are a local agency, founded by friends and family who have strong links with South Wales and can deliver a fully bi-lingual service in both Welsh and English.
  2. We deliver all of our services to our carers in the communities in which they live. This makes life simpler and better for carers, but also ensures that money and resources are put back into local towns and villages.
  3. We have the best interests of carers and young people at the heart of everything that we do.
  4. We work closely with Local Authorities across South Wales to provide solutions to the challenges that they face.
  5. We are ranked as Tier 1 on the All Wales Fostering Framework in recognition of the quality of the service we provide and the value for money that our placements represent.
  6. We have and experienced and skilled staff team who understand what it takes to bring out the very best in our foster carers.
  7. We provide excellent outcomes for the children and young people that we look after, helping them to overcome hurdles and reach their full potential.
  8. We love learning and improving, and we make sure that our carers have access to opportunities to develop their skills.
  9. We are a friendly, professional team who recognise our foster parents as our greatest asset.
  10. We love what we do, and we think that you will love how we do it!

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