Leave A Gift
We believe everyone in need is entitled to care that promotes happiness and independence and it is our care workers who are vital to making this happen. These compassionate, patient and resilient individuals work around-the-clock to ensure the people they care for are fully supported. And whilst those in the care sector find their work rewarding, long hours, unstable contracts, and low pay, coupled with the inherent demands of caring for others can make care work a challenging profession. Care workers give so much, yet sometimes it’s the care workers themselves who need assistance.
This is where The Care Workers’ Charity steps in. We give grants to care workers to see them through an unforeseen period of financial hardship, and we are busy creating counselling packages to provide them with the psychological support they desperately need but which is often difficult to come by.
We know we change lives. But we need to change more. Your support can help us do that. Read more about the impact of our work here.
A gift in your Will or donating in memory of a loved one can mean:
- care workers facing unexpected hardship from illness, injury or loss of income have a financial cushion to keep a roof over their head and food on the table.
- care workers facing the emotional pain of bereavement have somewhere to turn, to cover the costs of their loved one’s funeral.
- care workers left feeling drained or overwhelmed from tirelessly caring for others have someone to talk to about their experiences.
- disabled children and adults and the elderly are given the best level of care as the care workers responsible for them are fully supported
If you have already included The Care Workers' Charity in your Will, do please let us know.
We are extremely grateful for your support.