Mother’s Day can be a difficult day

Cute girl embracing her mother while spending time with her in park

It’s Mother’s Day soon, the day of the year that we celebrate the mothers and motherly figures in our families. Here at Pathfinders we would like to acknowledge and thank everyone who is a motherly figure in young people’s lives including our foster carers that have taken on providing a home for children in care.

Mother’s Day can be a difficult day for young people in care, this is where the fantastic commitment and generosity of our foster carers come into play by supporting the young people who cannot be with their mothers this Mother’s Day.

Becoming a foster carer is a rewarding decision. Pathfinders are looking for passionate carers from a wide range of backgrounds. Carers must be at least 21 years old and can be single women or men, cohabiting, married or same-sex couples, with or without children. There is no prerequisite for being a carer, just a commitment to support and advocacy for children and young people in need of a caring environment.

Pathfinders Pathways Foster Care program is seeking caring, committed people to become foster carers for our organisation in the New England and along the Mid North Coast. We are seeking people for long term, temporary and respite care for children and young people aged 0-18 in the care of the Minister of Community Services

If you’re prepared to help a child find their path, Pathfinders is ready to help you.

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