Will my religious beliefs decrease the possibility of fostering?

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John Li

The Government states that they want to see more people from different beliefs and faiths, from all sections of the community coming forward to foster. However, it is important that a child gets placed with foster carers who are able to meet their needs and they are more likely to if their religious and/or ethnic background is taken into consideration. To sum up, it doesn’t matter what your religion is as this should not affect your application to foster but you will need to take into account that a child may have an alternative religious belief or sexuality than yourself and how would you respond to it.

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