New Executive DirectorPreviously CEO of Nacas Karolina took up her position at the Care Workers Charity on the 23rd March to work on policy and campaigning, including research and the Professional Care Workers’ Day to the Care Workers Charity.
Going the extra mile in ‘Avery’ wayAvery Healthcare has been a great supporter of the charity for a number of years. As a partner and sponsor of CWC, so far they have raised over £50,000 to help support care workers across the UK.
‘The Extra Mile’ PoemWe are excited to publish another poem from our care worker writing competition. This poem was submitted by Rebecca Skermer and provides a touching account of what it means to work in care.
“CWC Awards 2018” Winners Announced!The Awards were introduced to acknowledge and reward the exceptional contributions of some of our most dedicated supporters; people whose help might otherwise go unrecognised.
Going an Extra 952 MilesThis heartwarming story was written by Julie Burt at Elizabeth Finn Care Homes in Halliwell, Tunbridge Wells. Julie beautifully documented a surprise dinner, organised for Florence, a 92 year old resident.
Sky’s the LimitWe are delighted to share an inspiring story submitted to our writing competition by Sue Ann Balcombe. Sue Ann is the General Manager at the Priscilla Wakefield House care home. Thank you for sharing your incredible journey with us, Sue Ann!
A Carer’s Story and PoemHere, we're excited to publish the second winner from our care worker writing competition. This story and poem were submitted by Diane Thompson and provide a moving account of what it means to work in care. Congratulations Diane.
Congratulations to Our Writing Competition Winner!We're excited to announce our latest care worker writing competition winning entry, by Chris Woodward! This creative poem really gets to the heart of what it means to work in care and the hardships that many clients, or loved ones, may face.
Alex Ramamurthy to step down as CEO of The Care Workers CharityThe Care Workers Charity (CWC) announces that Alex Ramamurthy is to stand down as Chief Executive Officer with effect from 30th November 2018, having led the Charity through a two-year transformation period which resulted in CWC winning Change Project of the Year.
The CWC: Charity Times Award Winners 2018!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.
The Care Sector Ball Raises £140,000We're excited to announce that Hallmark Care Homes, in association with Care England, raised a staggering £140,000 for Alzheimer’s Research UK and The Care Workers Charity at a glittering fundraising event in Mayfair.
Care Workers ‘Going The Extra Mile’The Care Workers Charity is constantly seeking ways to shine a light on the dedication and commitment of care industry professionals. Often care staff work long hours in stressful environments, pouring their passion into work that they regard as more of a calling than a job.
£120,000 CareTech Foundation PartnershipThe Care Workers Charity is excited to announce a new partnership with the CareTech Foundation! The collaboration, worth £120,000, will not only help The Care Workers Charity fulfil its primary mission of ensuring that no care worker ever faces financial hardship alone.
Three Peaks ChallengeDue to the hard work and dedication of all participants, The Care Workers Charity is delighted to announce that this year’s challenge raised an impressive £35,698!
‘Glad to Care’ CompetitionWould you like to win a fabulous holiday with Haven? The Care Workers Charity is delighted to be working with Person Centred Software to launch the #GladtoCare competition, offering one lucky care worker the chance to win a fantastic break. Click here for more details.
Tomorrow May Never ComeWe recently held a writing competition, asking those in the care sector to tell us about their vivid experience whilst at work. We were glad to receive more articles than we expected and were really touched by all the stories we read. We will be publishing a number of those articles over the coming weeks.
CWC at the Dementia Care & Nursing Home Expo 2018Make sure you don’t miss out on our headline speaker, Caroline Dinenage, Minister of State for Care and other highly-anticipated seminars from the likes of: Andrea Sutcliffe, Chief Inspector of Adult Social Care at CQC; and Professor Martin Green OBE, Chief Executive of Care England.
CWC Champion Training LaunchOur Champions are our volunteers, they are our eyes and ears in care communities across the UK acting as ambassadors, telling people about CWC and helping them to access our services
Wish I’d Done it Sooner!I started in February 2017 and I was nervous. I started in the Adams Unit which cares for young disabled and young dementia. I thought this was strange as I had always thought of care homes only having elderly people in them.
My Story – Isabel ToweyWe were glad to receive more articles than we expected and were really touched by all the stories we read. We will be publishing a number of those articles over the coming weeks. Today we are pleased to announce the second of our winners, Isabel Towey, who is another Home Instead Care Giver from Torquay. Great work Isabel!
The new direction that changed my lifeIt was the breakthrough moment I will never forget. My client had had a difficult night, which had turned into an even more difficult morning. Disorientated, upset and confused, he didn’t know where he was, whether it was day or night, or where his wife was.
CWC is supporting the Care Innovation ChallengeCare Innovation Challenge: Bringing innovative and creative minds to match the biggest problems facing the care sector. The Care Workers Charity (CWC) is supporting the Care Innovation Challenge. CWC's CEO, Alex Ramamurthy, is one of the founding members.
CWC Cycle Challenge raises £24kA woman who agreed to cycle 75 miles to raise money for care workers in need has admitted the scale of The Care Workers Charity challenge shocked her and was even greater than giving birth.
Care Workers Charity Writing CompetitionWe are excited to announce a new writing competition to allow our wonderful champions and care staff an opportunity to share their hard work with the wider community. Personal stories really help to showcase the passion that is put into care, this is a message that as a charity we wish to share.
CEO speaks at National Care AwardsWe are proud to announce that the National Care Awards supported us again this year at the Hilton Metropole and we would like to to say a special thank you to Richard Hawkins and his team at Hawker publications for their continued support.
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