The Care Workers Charity has topped a momentous year by scooping the prize for Change Project of the Year at the 2018 Charity Times Awards.
The recognition came on top of the charity being a finalist in the category for the Charity of the Year for an income of up to £1m at the event at the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge in London.
Alex Ramamurthy, CEO of The Care Workers Charity, said: “What a great way for the team to be recognised for their hard work. We’re hungrier than ever to reach our mission, and I have no doubt CWC will win further awards next year following another incredible year.”
Professor Martin Green, CEO of Care England and Vice President of CWC, added: “As Vice President of The Care Workers Charity I am delighted to announce that it won Change Project of the Year at the Charity Times Awards. This follows the successful twelve-month transformation project led by Alex Ramamurthy and Ben Allen.”
Under Alex’s leadership, The Care Workers Charity raised £305,000 in 2017, compared with just £11,000 in 2016.
The charity has continued to build on its success with a number of major events this year, including a fundraising ball jointly hosted with Hallmark last month, which raised more than £140,000 in donations.
For more information about The Care Workers Charity and its mission, visit www.thecareworkerscharity.org.uk/