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NRS Healthcare UK Charity Partnership

NRS Healthcare UK Charity Partnership

Why we need your help

From October 2019, NRS Healthcare are officially partnering with the wonderful Carers Trust, and have pledged to fundraise £10,000 over the next 12 months!

We have selected to work with Carers Trust as they are a UK national charity focused on supporting unpaid carers, something which our staff find easy to relate to, as a large proportion of the people we support are family members providing some degree of unpaid care to the users of our equipment and services.

As a largely unsupported group, unpaid carers are invariably under huge pressure from the care they are giving. They are often older or living with health issues themselves, although people of all ages are unpaid carers – including children.

We already know there are many staff members spread across our UK service centres who are passionate about fundraising and their teamworking skills will play a pivotal role in hosting fundraising events for Carers Trust and its UK-wide network of quality-assured carer charities. And as an added incentive, whatever funds are raised at each organised event, NRS Healthcare will fund-match.

We believe that Carers Trust is a charity which fits with our work and mission as a business and we are thrilled to have this opportunity to collaborate with them.

Speaking about the partnership, Svetlana Kirov, Director of Fundraising and Communications at Carers Trust says:

“Carers Trust is delighted to be working with NRS Healthcare to support unpaid carers throughout the UK. An ageing population and increasing pressure on health and social care budgets are causing a crisis in social care funding, 
putting real pressure on carers who are already struggling to balance work and life commitments with their caring roles. So we are really grateful to companies like NRS Healthcare whose support means we are able to continue 
our work to identify and support UK carers.”
“Carers Trust is delighted to be working with NRS Healthcare to support unpaid carers throughout the UK. An ageing population and increasing pressure on health and social care budgets are causing a crisis in social care funding, putting real pressure on carers who are already struggling to balance work and life commitments with their caring roles. So we are really grateful to companies like NRS Healthcare whose support means we are able to continue our work to identify and support UK carers.” 

2,811.99

raised towards 10,000.00 target

2811.99
10000.00

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Supporters

Denise Barrett

Raffle for Carers Trust

58.50
Kayleigh Bowler

Climb Snowdon

301.25
Maggie Caswell

Christmas Jumper event

46.00
Neal Jones

The Vitality Big Half Marathon

646.55
David Lacy

Cambridge Half Marathon

147.50
Alexandra Lomas

Guess the name of the teddy

13.00
Alexandra Lomas

Christmas Jumper Day

59.00
Alexandra Lomas

Bake Sale for Carers Trust

87.50
Ann Porter

The 1-Hour Challenge

0.00
Ann Porter

Ugliest Christmas Jumper and Own Clothes Week

72.00

Dec 20, 2019

NRS Healthcare

Fundmatching for 2019

1042.50
(plus 260.63 giftaid)

Nov 04, 2019

Amy McCullam

Sale of a cake made in my 'extra hour' when the clocks went back.

11.00

Oct 08, 2019

Anonymous

100.00
(plus 25.00 giftaid)

28

Total raised so far

2,811.99

Total plus Gift Aid 3,337.10

Direct donations

1,153.50

Raised offline 0.00

Fundraising pages

1,658.49

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