Just as every carer is different, so too is every child or young person who requires care. For this reason, everyone’s stories will differ. However, one thing these carers all have in common is their selfless commitment to ensuring a safe and secure home for children and young people in need.
Bronwyn, Stewart and Kodi's foster care story
After having their daughter Emily, Bronwyn and Stewart wanted to have more children, however unfortunately, they were unable to do so.
After considering several options, including international adoption, Bronwyn found herself drawn to foster care and the idea of helping a child in need of care, love, and a home.
Here is their open adoption story.
Sabine and Peter's foster care story
After seeing children being mistreated and spoken to badly while she was out and about, Sabine decided to become a foster carer.
Sabine and Peter provide emergency, respite, and short-term care. When you foster with CatholicCare, we work with you to determine what type of care suits you and your lifestyle.
Ronlyn and Alan's foster care story
Ronyln and Alan have four biological children together and have provided emergency, respite, and restorative care for over 13 children with CatholicCare Hunter-Manning. This is their story.
To learn more about becoming a foster carer, please get in touch with us on 1300 590 898, or register your interest below.
A member of our team will be in contact and send you an information pack.
We’d love you to attend one of our obligation-free information sessions to have all of your questions answered. With the current COVID-19 situation, these sessions will now be run online via Zoom.