Pathway Care is attending the Caribbean Food Festival
The event is free to attend and is being held at Centenary Square in Birmingham city centre between 11am and 7pm. Tens of thousands of people are expected to attend.
The day will include a mixture of music, live events, gospel choirs, food stalls and everything Caribbean. We will have an information stand from 11am until 6pm at the event for anyone who is interested in finding out more about being a foster carer and the positive impact it has on a child’s life.
Catherine Rioda, regional service manager for Pathway Care’s central region, said: “Birmingham is a vibrant, multi-cultural city, with a large and ethnically diverse population and we are committed to recruiting foster carers that mirror that. Recruiting more foster carers means that Birmingham children in care can be cared for locally, in their city; promoting stability and contact with family and friends and maintaining attendance at their schools and leisure activities.”
Anyone wishing to find out more about becoming a foster carer should attend the Caribbean Food Festival at Centenary Square, Birmingham City Centre or Friday 31st July from 11am – 7pm.