As a social business Care Plus Group is committed to working with communities across North East Lincolnshire providing health and social care services to improve health and wellbeing.
In 2015 we extended this commitment through the creation of the Care Plus Group Charitable Trust.
The vision of the Trust is to provide additional support and resources to improve the lives of people and communities living in North East Lincolnshire. This support is to be provided through funds:
Care Plus Group have over 800 staff plus a strong network of volunteers who are working in the heart of our local communities every day. We are looking for staff and volunteers to identify people and groups who may benefit from funding from the Trust and nominate them to apply for funding.
As a fledgling charity, however we also rely on people taking time and effort to raise funds and donate to our cause so we can help improve the health and lives of even more people in the local area.
The Care Plus Group Charitable Trust is there to help the whole community of North East Lincolnshire. This could be an individual or a group. It is open to people currently receiving care or services from Care Plus Group or those who have not had any dealings with us before.
Individuals or groups can apply for charitable funds for equipment or treatment that would be of benefit to their health or wellbeing and which is not currently available through the NHS or other funded routes. The fund is also open for applications from Care Plus Group’s staff and volunteers for ad hoc training that would benefit the people they care for.
Examples of the types of things the fund can be used for include-
Providing equipment or treatment to individuals not funded by the NHS or other funded routes
Funding for equipment, training or one-off projects for community groups with a health and wellbeing agenda
Funding for specific training for Care Plus Staff that would benefit the service users in their care
Care Plus Group have over 800 staff plus a strong network of over 200 volunteers who are working in the heart of our local communities every day.
We are looking for staff and volunteers to identify individuals and groups who may benefit from funding from the Trust and nominate them to apply for funding.
We also rely on people taking time and effort to raise funds and donate to our cause so we can help improve the health and lives of even more people in the local area.
To find out more about our Charitable Trust, the work we do, people we have helped and how you can get involved, visit the Care Plus Charitable Trust website
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