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The Care Workers Charity Announced As Charity Partner For The Great British Care Awards

CWCThe Great British Care Awards has announced that The Care Workers Charity is to be a charity partner for 2018.

The Great British Care Awards are a series of 9 regional awards, celebrating excellence across the care sector, promoting best practice and paying tribute to those individuals who have demonstrated outstanding excellence within their field of work. The awards offer a unique opportunity to celebrate the successes of individuals, teams and businesses throughout the UK – people who really do make a positive impact on the lives of old and vulnerable people.

The Care Workers Charity is the registered charity for the care sector that support current, former and retired care professionals by providing assistance and guidance to relieve financial hardship or sickness.

Alex Ramamurthy, CEO of The Care Workers Charity said: “We are proud to be named a Great British Care Awards’ charity partner. The Awards celebrate and pays tribute to care workers across the country who have demonstrated outstanding excellence within their field of work.  Already a mentally and physically demanding role, care workers work tirelessly every day to deliver exceptional care, and The Care Workers Charity wants to be a part of that celebration whilst raising awareness of our support available for care workers. It felt like a natural fit.”

Patrick Quinn, Director of The Great British Care Awards said: “We are delighted to partner with The Care Workers Charity at this year’s Great British Care Awards.  The charity’s ethos of supporting frontline care staff aligns itself perfectly with the aim of the awards, which is to recognise the outstanding efforts of the social care workforce in delivering excellence in care and support.

 

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