We welcome support from individual philanthropists who want to support us to reach even more of the carers who seek our help.

Young adult carer

Whether you would like to make a one off gift (personally or through your trust or foundation), or join forces with others in your networks, for example to create a giving circle to maximise the impact and reach of your donation, the Carers Trust Philanthropy team will work with you to ensure your personal interests and aims are met.

Jane Quayle, Senior Major Donor Manager, leads a small team who will work with you to ensure that your gift has the biggest impact possible for unpaid carers.

Getting involved with our events

On 10 May 2019 a group of supporters helped us to organise a race day lunch at Ascot, which was attended by our President, Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal.  We were delighted to raise more than £100,000 from the day.

If you would like to get involved and host an event, or help us organise a fundraising event, or make a major gift, please contact Jane Quayle or call her on 07738 217844.

Alternatively, you can donate online.

Pears Foundation

Since Pears Foundation’s involvement with Carers Trust in 2002, it has given more than £1.8m to support unpaid carers.

The flexibility of its funding is enormously valuable to us. Over the years, Pears Foundation has supported various projects and activities.  Currently, part of its funding is unrestricted and the rest is supporting our policy activity and direct grants which we make via our local Network Partners to help those carers who are experiencing particular hardship.  

Over 2019-2021, Pears has pledged a further £1m to support carers, which will make a huge impact on the lives of many carers of all ages around the UK.  

The impact of your giving

You can leave it to us to use your donation where it is most needed, or support a specific project or area of our work which is of particular interest. We will regularly update you so that you can see the impact of your giving.

We offer a range of engagement opportunities for those who are interested in getting more closely involved.

To find out more, contact Jane Quayle.