Trusts and foundations

Grant making organisations play a vital role in helping us to identify, recognise and support unpaid carers across the UK. 

We work with trusts, foundations and other grant makers to co-create impactful partnerships and deliver key programmes for carers who need our support.

For example, we partner with a range of grant making organisations to deliver our strategic programme Young Carers Futures which focuses on improving identification and access to support for young carers (up to age 16) and young adult carers (up to age 25) in schools, higher education, training and employment. 

We also deliver multi-partner programmes through new and wider collaborations  such as Making Carers Count, which aims to identify and support carers who are under-represented amongst the community groups we currently support. Through this key programme we are extending engagement methods, increasing learning, and enhancing the support we deliver to unpaid carers from these groups.


Our commitment to you

We value all the support we receive from our funders; in return we provide: 

  • A cocreational approach to designing proposals that can deliver sustainable systems change
  • Access to our expert voice on the issues affecting unpaid carers across the UK
  • Regular tailored impact reporting.

Get in touch

If you are interested in hearing more about our work or want to get involved, we would love to hear from you. Please contact Dan Levinge via email at or call 0300 772 9600.