Charity raises awareness of nation’s care workers

Posted on March 1st, by editor in CT Extra. No Comments

The Care Professionals Benevolent Fund (CPBF) is organising an event to recognise the outstanding levels of care being provided by the UK’s care workers.

The event, starting on May 23 and named ‘The Care Professionals Awareness Week’, has been designed to encourage care homes and all organisations associated with the industry to put on a fundraising event that will raise the profile of care professionals and the work they do and also support the charity that looks after these carers should they fall on hard times.
All care homes and organisations associated with the care industry are invited to register for an event information pack from which they will gain all the details on how to set up an event that everyone will enjoy and also raise much needed funds for the CPBF.
In these tough economic times with rising food and fuel costs it is becoming increasingly difficult for many people to make ends meet, not least of all care workers who often work long hours for relatively little financial reward. However, regardless of their financial situation the ma

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