Bluebird Care Glasgow South partners with the Care Workers Charity
We are delighted to be working with the Care Workers Charity, in a brand new partnership set to benefit our hardworking team.The Care Workers Charity launched in 2013 as a non-profit organisation dedicated to providing a ‘rainy day fund’ for the UK’s more than 1.5 million care workers. Working to help current, former or retired care workers who may face financial limits, the charity aims to ensure that no care worker will ever face financial hardship alone. The organisation is proud to award hardship grants of up to £500 to support unexpected and unforeseen circumstances. This might include sudden unexpected illness or injury, loss of home or relationship break-downs.
The Care Workers Charity also offers online information and advice on a range of health and wellbeing topics. Any ‘everyday hero,’ – anyone in any role employed within a registered care provider – is eligible, including care staff, cleaners, office staff, caterers and managers. The charity is backed by a strong board of trustees with some of the biggest names in the care sector.
We understand that working in care comes with a range of challenges and want to further reward our dedicated employees at Bluebird Care Glasgow who have put our approach to person-centred services and care at the heart of everything they do. Thanks to the partnership, our staff will be able to apply for grants that would help support if unexpected circumstances or life events occur – for example illnesses, changes in living circumstances, relationship breakdowns, or family bereavements.
We are delighted to be a part of a new partnership with the Care Workers Charity and hope that our care teams can benefit from the extra support that will be made available to them. As a country, we rely on care workers to be there for our most vulnerable – and we want to be there for them.