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‘Take up the fostering challenge’ encourages Meg

Wednesday, May 10, 2006

Sheffield Heeley MP Meg Munn is encouraging her constituents to think about fostering during this years ‘Foster Care Fortnight’ between the 8th and 21st of May. Sheffield wants more foster carers to look after children needing loving homes.


Meg said:


“Foster Care Fortnight 2006 is a fantastic opportunity to listen to and celebrate the achievements of those at the forefront of foster care: children and young people, foster carers and their families.”


“We desperately need more people to step forward and take on this vital challenge. There are few greater rewards that fostering - providing a brighter future for a child or young person who needs a family.”


‘Foster Care Fortnight’ is an annual campaign co-ordinated by leading fostering charity the Fostering Network. During the fortnight, fostering services all over the UK will be holding imaginative, innovative and fun events to raise awareness of fostering.


With the theme of ‘Fostering Brighter Futures’, this year’s campaign will not only focus on the urgent need for more foster carers, but will celebrate what children, young people and foster carers have accomplished and continue to achieve every day across the UK.


The Fostering Network is the UK’s leading charity for all those involved in fostering, and exists to ensure that fostered children receive the highest standards of care. For more information on fostering visit www.fostering.net.

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