Scottish Adoption & Fostering are a charity with a key purpose to ensure that all children should be supported to grow up in safe, loving, and nurturing homes through both adoption and fostering.
We strive to provide warm, caring, innovative, and sector leading services to all care experienced children and their families in Scotland.
If you think you can consider fostering or adopting we want to hear from you!
Become a Foster Carer
Foster Carers are change makers. Whether you take care of a child or young person for a short time or for all their childhood you can make a huge, positive impact on them.
Scottish Adoption & Fostering is a not-for-profit charity and as such we welcome your support. You can help us in a variety of ways.
Become an Adoptive Parent
Making a space for a child in your life is an amazing thing to do. There is a lot to think about and learn and we have the knowledge and experience to help you. Parenting an adoptive child has its challenges, but as our adoptive parents will tell you, it is very rewarding.
- Nicola Sturgeon today issued an apology on behalf of the Scottish Government regarding forced adoptions which took place in Scotland.
- Be part of the 100 and help fundraise for Scottish Adoption as we celebrate our centenary.
- Scottish Adoption has appointed Sue Brunton as Chief Executive with Margaret Moyes stepping down after 14 years leading the adoption charity.
“We assessed that there was outstanding evidence of the adoption agency supporting positive outcomes for children and their adoptive families”
Inspection Report by the Care Inspectorate