Join our Lancashire fostering agency
There are currently more than 1,200 children living in foster care across Lancashire. Many of these children will not have experienced a nurturing childhood, and need a safe, loving foster home where they can flourish.
As an Ofsted 'Outstanding' fostering agency, we help foster families across the region to make a life-changing difference in the lives of vulnerable children and teenagers.
With over 25 years of experience in fostering, you can trust us to make your fostering journey enjoyable and rewarding. We spend time building strong relationships with our foster parents and the children they care for, so we can put into place the support and training they need to thrive.
We also support our foster parents with a generous financial support package to cover the cost of caring for a child. This also provides you with a professional fee for your hard work and dedication.
With the rising number of children in care, we're urgently looking for foster parents across Lancashire, including Preston, Lytham St Annes, Blackpool, Fleetwood, Blackburn, Accrington, Skelmersdale, Ormskirk, and more.
So if you're thinking about fostering, then we'd love to hear from you.
Why foster in Lancashire with Orange Grove?
Ofsted ‘Outstanding’ for 3 inspections in a row
Generous fostering allowance and bonuses
Mentoring scheme for new foster parents
Regular supervision with your very own dedicated social worker
Additional support from a family support worker
24/7 support line with a qualified social worker
Regular foster parent forums
Calendar of family events
Orange Grove was founded in 1996 by two social workers who understood that strong relationships held the key to successful fostering. As with all families, relationships matter. They provide a stable platform for growth, which is why we commit time, effort and resources into nurturing them constantly.
We do this for foster children by getting to know them and providing a safe and positive family environment. We do it for our foster parents by treating them individually and tailoring our support to their needs. And we take care to build strong and positive relationships with local authorities and our other partners, so we can all work effectively together.
This has been at the heart of our philosophy ever since we were first set up over 20 years ago. Today we have around 400 children currently in our care.