Saturday, 25 May 2024
Saturday, 25 May 2024

The Care Workers’ Charity Unveils 2023 Impact Report

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 has announced the release of its 2023 Impact Report. This comprehensive report highlights the charity’s achievements and milestones over the past year.

The 2023 Impact Report showcases their dedication 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.

Key Highlights from the 2023 Impact Report Include:

  • 2820 care workers supported
  • Diversified funding efforts raising over £1.6 million
  • Growing advocacy work ensuring care workers perspectives are heard

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

“We are proud to present our 2023 Impact Report, which reflects our ongoing commitment to care workers across the UK. Over the past year, we have grown partnerships and initiatives aimed at supporting and uplifting care workers and look forward to building on this.”

In addition to highlighting the company’s achievements and impact, the 2023 Impact Report also provides insights into its plans for 2024.

The 2023 Impact Report is available for download on the charity’s website. For more information about The Care Workers’ Charity and its 2023 Impact Report, please contact: Shanna Wells at The Care Workers’ Charity on shanna@thecwc.org.uk or call 07930 992443.

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