You could be a foster carer too

A lot of people doubt they are eligible to become foster carers but the truth is carers come from all different lifestyles and backgrounds. Carers can be:

  • Single, married, de facto or in a same-sex relationship.
  • From any culture, with a diverse range of experiences.
  • A parent, or someone with a strong interest in helping young people.
  • Homeowners or renting.

The one thing carers do need is the love, desire and energy to help vulnerable children in need. A fortnightly caring allowance is provided by the Queensland Government to foster carers to help meet the day-to-day costs of caring.

If you have ever considered becoming a foster carer, please, call us today.

Foster care stories

Watch stories inspired by real foster carers to see how they are changing the lives of young people and helping them to reach their full potential. Are you willing to make a difference too?

I am… a grandmother

‘I love being able to nurture kids who come into my care for all different reasons… I’ve been here before and my kids have turned out all right!’

I am… a lesbian

‘Foster caring is all about community, about purpose, about coming together to help, love and support vulnerable children in need.’

I am… a busy mum

‘Building connections with our foster children is part of how we help them… If you have love in your heart and room in your home, you’re a perfect candidate.’

Enquire now

If you have ever considered becoming a foster carer, call us today on 1300 788 081 or complete the form below.

Become a life-changer

Say yes to foster care and see how you can change the life of a child or young person in need. Discover the types of foster care, the steps to becoming a foster carer, how we support you, and browse our frequently asked questions.