Jeremy joined The Care Workers Charity after spending three years working in Residential Care with Avery Healthcare, Signature and Bupa. Having witnessed the extremely rewarding, but equally stressful work that many of our frontline care workers do, he wanted to become a part of an organisation that was giving something back to those who make those brave sacrifices on a daily basis, for very little in return.
As Grants Administrator, Jeremy contacts everyone who submits an application for a CWC Grant and will help guide them through the grant application process. He will liaise with Applicants and Third Parties to gather the evidence required before processing everything into a presentation for the charity’s board of Trustees to make the final decision upon.
Jessica is our Grants Manager and leads the implementation of the Hardship Grant Fund to benefit care workers. She brings fifteen years of experience in the charity sector with a focus in both grant making and fundraising. Through her work and volunteering at organisations including Macmillan Cancer Support, Social Investment Business, and The Sierra Club Foundation, Jessica has promoted health, environmental, and educational causes.
Jessica is excited to join the team at CWC and to become a thorough advocate for care workers across the UK.
Emily is our Corporate Partnerships Coordinator. A recent psychology graduate, she is keen to channel her enthusiasm into further developing the CWC Partners programme. Emily has volunteered in challenging situations and enjoys collaborating with many different people in her role at CWC.
Emily is passionate about ensuring care workers are supported and recognised for the amazing work that they do.
Reshmi is a human rights lawyer by training and has cross sectoral experience across both the development and corporate sector, both nationally and internationally. Her past roles include being Grants Manager at the London Councils tackling homelessness and sexual and domestic violence across the 32 London Boroughs and CSR Head for a HP company in Central London. Reshmi is especially passionate about working with under-represented groups, especially women and has always worked towards championing their causes.