The Foster Child Grant, administered by SASSA (South African Social Security Agency), is designed to provide financial assistance to foster parents or caregivers who are responsible for the care and support of foster children. The grant aims to help alleviate the financial burden of fostering a child and ensure their well-being.
To be eligible for the Foster Child Grant offered by SASSA (South African Social Security Agency), applicants must meet the following requirements:
Foster parent’s status: The foster parent must be a South African citizen, permanent resident, or refugee.
Residency: Both the applicant (foster parent) and the foster child must reside in South Africa.
Custody of the child: The foster parent must have legal custody of the child and be responsible for their care and well-being.
The Foster Child Grant aims to provide financial assistance and support to foster parents who are caring for children in need. For more detailed information about the Foster Child Grant, please click on the provided link or refer to the relevant resources available from SASSA.