Hallmark Foundation is delighted to fund a pioneering UK-wide research project on the experiences of living in residential care, from the perspectives of older people, their families and carers. The project is led by a research team from City, University of London and Ulster University with My Home Life England.
The fourth annual Care Sector Fundraising Ball was held on Saturday 30 September 2023. Organised by Championing Social Care, the event was supported by Hallmark Foundation as founding partner of the Ball since its inception in 2018.
Hallmark Foundation has published its first impact report showing how its grants and work are promoting better care and healthier longer lives.
New research on social care and older people has resulted in a toolkit designed by The Open University aimed at transforming the well-being of older people and staff in the care sector.
Across the world, because of demographic change, people are living longer, but not necessarily better lives. As countries across the world grapple with the impacts of ageing societies, the International Longevity…
Thousands of young people across the country joined Who Cares?, the first ever national care careers conference for students in schools and colleges, organised by Hallmark Foundation and Working Options in Education on 7 March.
Hallmark Foundation has a lot planned for 2023 on ageing well and improving care.
Hallmark Foundation has funded the charity Hourglass to research and publish how safe the four nations of the UK are for older people to live and age well in.
Hallmark Foundation is hosting ‘Who Cares?’, a free national conference for school and college students on the variety of jobs and opportunities working in care.
The third annual Care Sector Fundraising Ball was back with a bang on 24 September, raising £401,942 for the Alzheimer’s Society and the Care Workers’ Charity – more than double the proceeds from the last Ball.