As part of National LGBT Adoption and Fostering Week (March 7-13), Lincolnshire’s Fostering and Adoption Service is inviting diverse potential foster carers or adopters to an information drop-in session this evening (March 8).
You can be a foster carer or adopter regardless of ethnicity, sexual orientation, religion or marital status, so Lincolnshire residents are invited along for a cup of tea and a chat with the friendly team any time between 3pm-6pm on Tuesday March 8 at Bracebridge Community Centre in Lincoln.
They will be able to provide further information on how to foster or adopt children, how the process works, and answer any of your questions.
Lizette Watts, Team Manager for the Fostering and Adoption Recruitment Team, said: “We are keen to recruit foster carers and adopters from differing backgrounds as everyone’s own journey can add value to a child or young person’s life.
“If you’re interested then come along to the drop-in session and find out more.”
• For more information, log on at www.lincolnshire.gov.uk/adoptionandfostering or call 01522 554114.