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Welcome to Trust Fostering

Trust Fostering is delivered by Doncaster Children’s Services Trust, a not-for-profit organisation set up to deliver social care and support services to children, young people and families. 

We are passionate about improving children’s lives and making fostering fun.

We know fostering can be very challenging. That’s why when you foster with us you won’t be fostering alone. You’ll be a part of a big fostering family made up of experienced foster carers and social workers who all want our young people to lead happy, safe and active childhoods that allow them to go on and achieve their dreams as adults.


“I would never not foster - I just love it!

Fostering News

Trust staff and Trax FM toy appeal

Hundreds of children will wake up on Christmas morning to find a present under the tree thanks to the generosity of Doncaster residents and local businesses, who have donated thousands of brand new toys and gifts.

Doncaster Children's Services Trust has received presents from local appeals, including those at Trax FM and Direct Line insurance among others; as well as Trust staff making donations too - and they have been busy delivering them to families and young people who would otherwise have few gifts.


Doncaster Children’s Services Trust took a walk on the wild side as it celebrated the successes and personal achievements gained over the past year by young people  growing up in care and care leavers.

Nearly 200 young people received certificates at the annual Celebrating Success Awards, held jointly by the Trust and Doncaster Council.


Dozens of children and teenagers are on their way to realising their aspirations after being matched with a mentor.

The Trusted Mentors scheme, run by Doncaster Children’s Services Trust, is looking for more volunteers so they can help up to 300 youngsters who may benefit from having some independent adult support.


Safety of children and young people who live with someone other than their parents or a close relative is the focus of Doncaster Children’s Services Trust as part of Private Fostering Week (3-7 July).

The Trust is urging residents who know of a child or young person being cared for in this way to let them know.


An ‘outstanding’ couple, Margaret and Robert decided to become foster care


Over 100 people who devote their spare time to helping some of Doncaster’s most vulnerable children and young people are to be thanked as part of national Volunteers’ Week.

The volunteers each commit a minimum of an hour a week to one of five volunteering projects at the Doncaster Children’s Services Trust.

Volunteers’ Week, which runs from Saturday 1 June to Friday 7, is an opportunity to say thank you to all those people who give of their time to help others, as well as being a chance for others to think about joining a scheme.


 “We love seeing their characters open up while in our care.”