Working in partnership with Bashforth-Young solicitors and True Beauty Academy to support Dignity Action Day 2016 enabled Bluebird Care to raise £453 in support of the Prince of Wales Hospice.
Dignity Action Day aims to ensure people who use care services are treated as individuals and are given choice, control and a sense of purpose in their daily lives.
In celebration of Dignity Action Day, Bluebird Care hosted a coffee information morning at their offices. Wakefield District Carers joined the morning to share the work they do in for unpaid carers.
Commenting, Narinder Gill, Director/Owner of Bluebird Care(Wakefield) said;
“We are delighted to be working in partnership to support Dignity Action Day as this is a cause that is close to our hearts. We pride ourselves on the high quality care that we provide to our customers, and are proud to provide that care in a dignified manner.’’
Commenting Lynsey Bashforth, Solicitor
“ We have been working in partnership with Bluebird care for nearly 2 years now raising funds and awareness of many good causes. As a local business I am keen always to continue to make a difference to the community we operate within”
Commenting Chelsy Holland– Director, True Beauty Academy
“This is a great opportunity for us to educate our students about the importance of how we communicate and respect the clients we serve, whilst at the same time raising much needed funds for the Prince of Wales hospice”
Tracey Mearns – Partnership Development coordinator, Prince of Wales Hospice.
“We’d like to thank Bluebird Care for their continued support in raising funds for us.