Fostering through social enterprise
The Fostering through Social Enterprise (FtSE) consortium was set up in 2007 and represents the views, perspectives and experience of 13 charitable and not-for-profit fostering agencies that provide high quality foster care for over 2,000 children of all ages, across the UK
FtSE's main aim is to promote the elimination of discrimination against children in care. It has a lobbying function that advocates for children in respect of regulation, as well as representing its membership at central government level.
The 13 Member Agencies are:
- Action For Children
- The Caldecott Foundation
- The Children's Family Trust
- Community Foster Care
- Father Hudson's New Routes Fostering
- Foster Care Co-operative
- Integrated Services Programme (ISP)
- Parents And Children Together (PACT)
- St Christopher's
- Supported Fostering Services
- Team Fostering
Fostering through Social Enterprise. Supporting those fostering for children. Not for profit.
Find out more at the Fostering through Social Enterprise website.