The Care Workers Charity is extremely proud to announce its award for ‘Change Project of the Year’ at the 2018 Charity Times Awards.

Having also been shortlisted as ‘Charity of the Year’ for an income of up to £1 million, such recognition re-affirms our commitment to ensuring that no care worker ever faces financial hardship alone.

On a fabulous night, compered by award-winning comedian Holly Walsh, The Care Workers Charity was among an ensemble of inspiring organisations carrying out fantastic work in the sector.

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Alex Ramamurthy, CEO of The Care Workers Charity, said,

What a great way for the team to be recognised for their hard work. We’re hungrier than ever to reach our mission, and I have no doubt CWC will win further awards next year following another incredible year.

Professor Martin Green, CEO of Care England and Vice President of CWC, said,

As Vice President of The Care Workers Charity I am delighted to announce that it won Change Project of the Year at the Charity Times Awards. This follows the successful twelve-month transformation project led by Alex Ramamurthy and Ben Allen.

As a charity, we strive to have a positive impact on the UK care industry and this award acknowledges the huge effort of our staff, supporters and partners alike.