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Back issues of We Care magazine
We Care - March 2017
In this issue we have news of a royal visitor and how Joanna Lumley has supported carers, plus stories from our many dedicated supporters who are fundraising for carers.
We Care - September 2016
This month we're celebrating – the anniversary of the successful Young Carers in Schools programme, DIY SOS transforming a young carers centre, an award-winning partnership with Olswang and all the other ways you've helped make carers count.
We Care - May 2016
We have news of royal visitors meeting carers and encouraging others to support carers. Also, find out how Oritse has been lending a hand, plus all the other ways our wonderful supporters have been showing they care.
We Care - February 2016
This month we have carers' issues being raised on Radio 4 show The Archers, Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal meeting carers, and news of how the Rank Group Plc have made a million for carers. Plus lots of other stories from our fantastic supporters!
We Care - September 2015
Our supporters, including Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal, have been visiting gardens for carers, we've news of our work in schools and info on how you can get involved in Britain's Best Breakfast. Plus lots more!
We Care - May 2015
Find out how Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal has been thanking Rank Cares Champions and all the other ways you've been making carers count. You can also read about what a difference our grants and local service are making to carers.
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