Show your support to care home staff
Similar to the NHS, our care home teams are on the frontline. Leaving loved ones to go to work, to care for residents and continue to enrich lives. They are going above and beyond throughout this crisis to ensure our residents continue to feel safe.
They are undoubtedly our unsung heroes. Everyone at Sanctuary Care are so proud of them and that's why we are shouting from the rooftops about their marvellous support and service in every way we can.
And now we are trying to launch our own Badge of Hope for staff and our wider community to make and display with pride – just for them.
Made with love, Ann Waterfield, Receptionist at Redhill Court Residential Care Home, our care home in Birmingham, crocheted a stunning rainbow pin.
The pin, which attaches to clothes with a magnetic strip, was too beautiful not to share and is now known as our Badge of Hope, and the team at Redhill Court have been wearing the badge everyday with pride.
The Badge of Hope hasn't stopped at Redhill. Our Senior Management Team are also adorning our Badge of Hope, showing their support to all our teams across our homes in England and Scotland
Share your support!
But we want to keep the momentum going. We are busy sharing how to create the badge so all our staff and people in our communities can show their respect and recognition for what you are doing - day in, day out.
Why not create your own Badge of Hope today. See how to make our rainbow pin in the instructions pictured below. Share with us on Twitter, @SanctuaryCareUK, using #BadgeofHope in your tweet or on Facebook.