Just A Walk In The Park To Remember Our Care Professionals

In the spirit of honouring our cherished colleagues who lost their battles with cancer, we recently held our 4th annual 'Just a Walk in the Park' event.

Just A Walk In The Park To Remember Our Care Professionals

In the spirit of honouring our cherished colleagues who lost their battles with cancer, we recently held our 4th annual ‘Just a Walk in the Park’ event. This event allowed us to come together as a team, remembering Janet, Synonne, Helena, and Sue, and raise funds for our Home Instead Charities. With each step we took, we celebrated their lives and made a difference in the lives of others.

Our Care Professionals are the backbone of our organisation, and their impact on our clients’ lives is truly remarkable. From providing daily assistance to offering companionship and emotional support, they bring joy and comfort to the elderly members of our community. If you’re seeking a rewarding career where you can make a positive impact, we invite you to consider joining our dedicated team of Care Professionals.

However, today we want to focus on the significance of our annual ‘Just a Walk in the Park’ event. It serves as an annual act of remembrance, and our ongoing support for those affected by cancer.

Together, we strolled through the park, sharing stories and memories of our dear colleagues. The funds raised during this event will be used to provide grants for local groups supporting older individuals in our community.

The event was filled with laughter and heartfelt moments. It reminded us of the importance of coming together as a team and supporting one another through challenging times. It was a testament to the strength and resilience of our Home Instead family.

We want to express our gratitude to all who participated on the day and helped raise funds for our Home Instead Charities. Your support enables us to make a tangible difference in the lives of older people in our local areas of Wimbledon and Kingston, offering them the care, support and wellbeing they deserve.