Fostering in London

FosterCare UK have been making a difference to the lives of children and young people by supporting fostering in London carers for over 10 years.

Why Foster in London with FosterCare UK 

FosterCare UK is an independent fostering agency, with an office based in Croydon, London. We work with local authorities across the South East of England to provide high-quality fostering services in London to help support authorities meet the growing demand of foster carers.

With over 10,000 children in care across the South East and London, we work in partnership with local authorities, from London Borough of Southwark Council and Croydon Council to Brighton & Hove Council and Surrey Council, to place children with our foster carers and their families to provide a secure and stable home.

At FosterCare UK we have 50 foster carers and have recently been rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted. This is a great achievement, and a testament to the way in which we work together to make a difference to children and young people's lives through fostering in London.

If you decide to join the FosterCare UK family, you will be supported with expert guidance, and advice, training and support, 24/7 - 365 days a year.

Fostering training and support in London

As a foster carer, you and your family have access to support groups which provides you with the opportunity to get to know other foster carer in our family and we also have time for fun! Whether it’s meeting in the local park, visiting a zoo or spending the day at the theme park - be assured we are a fostering agency in London that always make time to spend with our family.

If you are interested in helping your community by fostering in London, get in touch with our team of advisors. Alternatively, read our support documents on types of fostering, how to apply, the benefits of fostering and how much foster parents get paid , online now.

Ofsted Report:


“Carers are supported by good levels of training and a focus on consistent boundary setting. Carers have the ability to reflect on their own behaviours and how these are perceived. Children and young people respond by learning to manage their own behaviours and by building positive relationships with carers.”

Read the full report here >

Find your local office

Ways to

Start the conversation today. Our team of friendly advisors are on hand to answer any foster care questions you may have. We can offer you honest and practical advice that can help you decide if becoming a foster carer is the right path for you.

Request a
call back

Contact us by completing our online form and one of our fostering advisors will respond to your enquiry within 24 hours.

Call us

Contact us by phone and one of our friendly fostering experts will be on hand for any foster care advice and support you require.

Download a Brochure

Download our helpful guide to becoming a foster carer with Fostercare UK.