Sharing is caring
Across the UK, thousands of children are in need of safe homes and loving environments. If you are sharing your home by fostering children, then it’s important to make sure that someone is also supporting you and protecting your home and its contents. HomeProtect can offer competitive online quotes for foster parent home insurance in just a few clicks.
Protecting the whole family
We know that you treat your foster children as a part of your family. That means that all of their possessions can be included under your contents insurance policy, just as they should be. We can provide a quote even if you are fostering in the short-term; we’ll just need to ask you a few questions to make sure that we can deliver the support that you need in that time.
Making sense of finances
Foster carers often receive a weekly allowance to support childcare. This can raise questions about whether fostering is classed as an occupation. When it comes to getting foster care home insurance from us, this is not classed as working from home. That said, if you do also run a business from home, then we can still provide a quote that is tailored to meet your needs.
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My requirements were not quite "off the shelf", so was extremely happy with the way the team created the right policy for me. Would definitely recommend!
To get a quote, you will need to know
- Rebuild cost of the property
- Approximate year of building construction
- Types of locks fitted to the external doors
- Total value of all your belongings to replace as new
- List of your high risk or high value belongings
Best company to go with if your circumstances are not 'normal'. Fantastic team. 28 April 2015
Had to shop around to find new insurance which was slightly out of the ordinary. No hassle and didn't feel pressured 13 May 2015
I was impressed to see the range of options available so that you are able to cover so many "non-standard" straight through the website. 01 January 2015
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