Could you make a differnece in a child's life?

Could you make a difference in a child's life?

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

Stuart and Janet Roberts

Foster carer Janet Roberts and her husband Stuart have opened their home to more than 100 children and teenagers over the past 40 years.

Debra Harris

When Debbie Harris’ children flew the nest, she decided she had the space, time and love available to help one of Doncaster’s children who couldn’t live at home.


Young people with experiences of care are making their mark on the social care scene after seeing their ideas turned into reality.

With the core belief that the child’s voice has to be at the centre of everything being embraced by all staff, the Chief Executive of Doncaster Children’s Services Trust, Paul Moffat, recruited a team of Young Advisors in 2015 to help shape services for children and young people in a way that has never happened before.

Becci collecting her Outstanding Achievement Award at The Fostering Network Awards

A pioneering teenager has been awarded the Outstanding Achievement Award at The Fostering Network's annual Fostering Excellence Awards.

Becci Coole, 20, is a care leaver with particular promise and potential, who has overcome many challenges that people her age would rarely face.

Despite these challenges, Becci took on the role of a Chief Executive Young Advisor with the Doncaster Children’s Services Trust as well as a modern apprentice position at just 16.


Two amazing care leavers, who are also Young Advisors and apprentices at the Trust, Amy and Britney are encouraging other care leavers to aim and ‘reach for the sky’ the theme for this year’s National Care Leavers’ Week (Wednesday 24 to Wednesday 31 October).

Taking on the task of organising a week of activities for your peers is no easy task, but it hasn’t phased them.


A new service to help support some of Doncaster’s most vulnerable children and families has been launched by Doncaster Children’s Services Trust, supported by local partners.

Thanks to funding from the Department for Education (DfE), the new Multisystemic Therapy for Child Abuse and Neglect (MST-CAN) service will focus on providing support to the whole family, with special attention given to parents to help them overcome a range of personal challenges.


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