Weʼve raised £10 to congratulate individuals who demonstrate excellence in social care. Wales Care Awards are a celebration of dignity for all.
- Wales, United Kingdom
- Funded on Wednesday, 19th April 2017
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HAVE YOU EVER WANTED TO THANK SOMEONE THAT HAS CARED FOR YOUR LOVED ONE? SUPPORT THE WALES CARE AWARDS
The Wales Care Awards are a celebration of excellence across the Wales care sector. The purpose of the awards is to congratulate those individuals who have demonstrated outstanding excellence within their field.
There are twenty awards categories, which represent all areas of social care, whether it be older people or specialist services, residential or home care.
HOSTS OF THE ANNUAL WALES CARE AWARDS
Care Forum Wales represents 450+ care homes, nursing homes and other independent health and social care providers across Wales.
Care Forum Wales support members in providing high-quality social care and dignity for all, they share best practice and resources, they work to influence policy makers, they promote Dignity in Care, they keep members up to date on legislation, they provide training for our members..
There are awards including Care Practitioner Awards, Registered Manager Awards, Commitment to Training Award and the Craig Thomas Lifetime Achievement Award.
Businesses and individuals can get involved in the Wales Care Awards in so many ways, here are some examples that may be of interest:
The Official Programme £5000, Nominee Accommodation total £5000 (all nominees are supplied with complimentary accommodation), The Compare £3000 - £5000, The Award Plaques £3000, Pre-Drinks reception £2000, Nominee Hospitality total £2000 (all nominees are guests at the Award Ceremony), The Flowers £500, The Photographer £500, Entertainer £500, Poster £450, Individual Nominee Sponsorship £200.
You can choose how your donation will benefit the Awards:
A one-off donation in support of our work to organise and run the Awards
Support a nominee – all nominees attend the Award ceremony as guests, both their accommodation and hospitality are paid for by the Wales Care Awards
Regular donations support this not for profit unique event held every year
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