Fostering stories

Our foster carers come from all different backgrounds, single and married, gay and straight, different religions, ages, ethnicities and more. Some work while they foster, others foster full time and some already have children of their own. What they all have in common is the desire to make a difference in a child's life.

We look after over 2,000 children who also come from varying backgrounds and come into care for a range of reasons. Some may have suffered neglect and abuse. The best way we can care for them is to find foster families where they will be safe, secure and happy. 

Proud to foster

Watch our behind the scenes videos from our fostering radio campaign to find out why our carers Beth and Ahmed are #ProudToFoster for us.

Hear from our foster carers

Our carers tell us in their own words what made them decide to become foster carers and what's involved.

Hear from our children and young people

Real profiles of some of our children and how they have blossomed with support from their foster family.

Foster carer diary

Over the next four weeks our foster carer Marieta Birt will be sharing her weekly diary with us, to give a real-life look at fostering.

Get in touch

Interested in fostering with us? We'd love to hear from you.

Enquire about fostering

If you'd prefer to speak to someone then give us a call on
0300 123 6723

What fostering means to our children

Our children and young people talk about their experiences of foster care with Lancashire County Council and what it means to them.

See all our videos