Carers Trust publishes We Care magazine twice a year to share stories of how our supporters are making a difference to carers' lives across the UK.

See how our supporters are making a difference 

We Care - September 2018We Care September 2018

Our autumn edition includes how our royal guest gained an insight into the life of a young carer and how Carers Trust grants are helping in difficult times. 

Download a copy of We Care - September 2018 (PDF, 694KB)

You can also read more about some of the stories in the September edition of We Care. 

We Care - March 2018

Find out about our much needed grants for carers, new rights coming into force in Scotland in April, our advice and information service for carers in Northern Ireland, our project to help London's carers into work and how we're helping schools support young carers in England and Wales.

Download a copy of We Care - March 2018 (PDF, 1,071KB)

We Care - September 2017

Read more about when our royal President and Mark Carney, Governor of the Bank of England, heard from a young carer,  plus how we're making a difference in schools and higher education, along with lots of other news.

Download a copy of We Care - September  2017 (PDF, 4.18KB)

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If you would like us to stay in touch, and hear about the difference that we’re making to carers’ lives, sign up and we’ll let you know when the latest edition of We Care comes out

Become a member of the Carers Trust Readers Panel

Our Readers Panel is a group of carers/former carers aged 18 and over who read and comment on We Care. Carers from across the UK are involved with the panel.

By involving carers with this important aspect of our fundraising work we can ensure that carers and their roles are represented appropriately in our magazine. 

We’re looking for new members to join the panel in this voluntary role. If you would like to join, you’ll need to be interested in how carers are represented in our materials and to want to help us put this across to people.  You'll also need access to the internet and to have an email address as all correspondence/feedback will be by email/internet.

I have been a carer for nearly 15 years for a superstar autistic son. He is our pride and joy and surprises us every day with how he copes with all teenage life throws at him. He is thriving in school and gaining independence slowly but surely. I wanted to be part of the Readers Panel because I am passionate about carers being at the heart of all decisions that affect them, so will do anything I can do to improve that communication.”

Karen, Readers Panel member

Find out more about Being a Member of the Carers Trust Readers Panel (PDF, 528KB).