The Fostering Network sometimes gets approached by journalists who want to speak to young people about their experiences of growing up as the sons and daughters of foster carers. Media work is important because it allows us to raise awareness of issues that make the lives of foster families better. It also gives sons and daughters of foster carers the opportunity to share and express their views.
If you would be willing to help us with this media work, please take a few minutes to answer the questions below. Details will be kept on a database accessible by the press office. If you are under 18 we will talk to your parents to get permission for you to talk to the media. We will never give your contact details to a journalist without your permission.