Elevation Advisors enters corporate partnership with the Care Workers' Charity
Elevation partners with the Care Workers Charity.
Elevation Advisors LLP (“Elevation”) is pleased to announce a partnership with The Care Workers’ Charity (“CWC”). The CWC exists to support care workers and to advocate for the social care workforce.
Elevation has become a Corporate Partner to The Care Workers’ Charity, entering into a funding agreement to support the charity’s fundraising targets over the course of 2021.
There are almost 2 million care workers in the UK who care for the most vulnerable members of our society. The Care Workers’ Charity supports social care workers by offering grants for individuals who have been affected by Covid-19 or have experienced a crisis within the last year. The CWC has recently launched mental health counselling to support care workers in a broader sense.
The Care Workers’ Charity aims to ensure the social care workforce is supported so that the best level of care is given to service users. This vision is shared by Elevation. CWC and Elevation intend to work closely together to create campaigns to raise awareness and engagement so more care workers can be supported.
Karolina Gerlich, Chief Executive Officer of the CWC said: “The Care Workers’ Charity has been working hard to support our social care heroes, whose need has greatly increased since the onset of the Covid- 19 pandemic. Without external support, we would not be able to this, so we are thrilled that Elevation have joined us as a Corporate Partner. We are grateful for the generous funding agreed by Elevation and are excited to have their support in the creation of campaigns for the Charity. This partnership represents a collaboration between two organisations whose shared values to support the social care sector will make a hugely positive impact on our work, and into the sector at large. The team and I look forward to working with Elevation over the coming year”.
Andrea Auteri, Managing Partner of Elevation said: “We have been impressed by the impact that the CWC makes for those on the front line of social care, particularly over the last year. The CWC’s crisis grants provide vital lifelines for those with unexpected or challenging financial burdens and their work for the sector is inspiring. As investors in social care, we are acutely aware that care workers have played a critical role in maintaining safety and infection control during the pandemic and we are looking forward to giving back to our communities”.