The future of care is important to all of us. We aim to work with the media and through other channels to raise awareness about our funding, projects and outcomes so everyone can age well. Here is our latest news.
Exploring how better relationships are key to better care

Researchers in the Open University School of Health, Wellbeing and Social Care have received a grant from the Hallmark Foundation, a charity that invests in the future of care, to work together to further explore the concept of ‘relational care’ and how it can successfully be delivered in UK adult care settings with a focus on older adults.

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Play garden aims to make care homes more inviting for all generations

Children will be begging their parents to visit older relatives this autumn thanks to a pioneering partnership between Hallmark Care Homes Foundation and London Play. The play charity will be unveiling what is hoped to be the first of many ‘Play Gardens’ at multi-award-winning care provider, Hallmark’s newest care home Midford Manor, when it opens in Bath later this year.

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Backing mental health support for care workers

Hallmark Foundation is making a grant of £78,000 over three years to the Care Workers Charity to help fund its work supporting the mental health of care workers. The grant provides core costs for running and promoting the service to encourage more care workers to access it as we recover from Covid.

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Hallmark Foundation launches branding and website

‘Ageing well’ is the focus of the independent charitable foundation’s brand identity and website unveiled this month. Hallmark Foundation established in 2020 will be making grants to charities, researchers and innovators so that everyone can age well

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