Sunday, 19 May 2024
Sunday, 19 May 2024

The Care Workers’ Charity announce new Patron

THE Care Workers’ Charity (CWC) has announced Manjeet Rai, founder and Managing Director of Capital Care Group, has become a Patron of the charity. The Care Workers’ Charity exists to support care workers and to advocate for the social care workforce.

There are almost 2 million care workers in the UK who care for the most vulnerable members of society.

The Care Workers’ Charity is dedicated to providing immediate financial aid through crisis grants and offering vital mental health support. The third pillar of their work is advocating for fair treatment and pay as well as recognition of care workers as a skilled workforce. With over £5.9 million granted to more than 10,700 care workers, 500+ individuals benefiting from mental health initiatives, and active engagement in advocacy efforts, they are at the forefront of ensuring care workers receive the support they deserve. This vision is shared by Manjeet and Capital Care Group. The Care Workers’ Charity will work closely together to create campaigns to raise awareness and engagement so more care workers can be supported.

Karolina Gerlich, CEO of The Care Workers’ Charity said:

“We are delighted that Manjeet has become a patron of The Care Workers’ Charity. We are looking forward to working together to continue to fulfil our mission.”

Manjeet Rai, founder and Managing Director of Capital Care Group, said:

“I’m thrilled to become a charity patron for The Care Workers Charity, to support and contribute to the outstanding work they do. It has been a privilege to be part of the care sector and it’s humbling to see the incredibly dedicated and hard-working individuals that have a passion for providing vital services to the people who need it the most, so I’m honoured to be part of a cause that helps this loyal community.

“The compassion and commitment from our care providers should be recognised and through The Care Workers Charity continued support, this will enable them to focus on the incredibly important role they play in enriching and enhancing the lives of others.”


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