Carefound Home Care Commits to Supporting Harrogate Hospice
Friday, 25th November 2016
Carefound Home Care has pledged its support to Saint Michael’s Hospice by becoming a member of its Business 500 Club.
Based in Harrogate, Carefound Home Care provides highly personalised live-in care and hourly home care services to elderly people in Yorkshire and is proud to join a group of local businesses providing financial support to Saint Michael’s.
The Business 500 Club provides over £30,000 to the hospice every year, helping ensure local people affected by a terminal illness can access specialist care and support and live their lives to the full for as long as possible.
Oliver Stirk founded Carefound Home Care in 2011 and the company has gone on to become part of an exclusive group of only 1% of providers of care in the home in the UK to be rated ‘Outstanding’ by the Care Quality Commission (CQC). The award winning company is due to open a second office in Wilmslow, Cheshire in 2017.
Oliver Stirk said:
“Carefound Home Care has become a part of the local community in Harrogate and we a very proud to support services like Saint Michael’s wherever we can.”
“Through our elderly home care service we have direct experience of the huge difference the specialist care and support of Saint Michael’s Hospice makes to local people living with a terminal illness and their families.”
“We very much look forward to being part of the Business 500 Club and helping provide ongoing financial support to the amazing work the hospice does.”
Chief Executive of Saint Michael’s, Tony Collins, said:
“As a hospice care charity at the heart of the community, we are delighted that other local healthcare providers such as Carefound Home Care recognise Saint Michael’s impact, and are committed to supporting our vital work.”
“We would like to say a big thank you to Carefound Home Care for joining our prestigious Business 500 Club; this fantastic support means Saint Michael’s can continue offering our special brand of care to more than 2,000 people across the district each year.”