As a charity, we rely on your support to supplement our core income so that we can provide a bespoke service to unpaid carers. Being a carer can mean being on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Leaving little time for a social life, making maintaining employment or keeping up with education difficult. Many carers face financial hardship and severe social isolation. Yet, we find that most carers want to continue providing care. They are not looking for a way out or to pass their responsibilities on to someone else. They often want to be listened to and heard, to know they are not alone, have some to turn to for information, to have the occasional day or few hours off or just simply be themselves.

"The demand for our services increases every year and we want to support any and every carer who needs our help."

Donations have enabled NEWCIS to:

  • Establish a Carers Wellbeing and Crisis Fund
  • Offer Lasting Power of Attorney service
  • Provide Carers Breaks
  • An enhanced training programme
  • Provide support to Young Adult Carers

Some of the ways your gift could directly help carers...

£5 could provide a much needed carers group support session to ease isolation

£10 could give a stressed carer a holistic therapy session

£20 could give an anxious carer peace of mind with a one to one counselling session

£50 could offer a carer with a piece of equipment during a time of crisis

£100 would give a carer a day’s respite providing a crucial break

£150 would sponsor a young adult carer to access specific support for a year

A gift, no matter what size, can make a real difference to a carer's life.

We value every penny given to us and work on the basis that our donors trust us to spend it effectively. We pride ourselves on being approachable and you can ask us for information about how we spend our money at any time.

You can find information about NEWCIS on the Charity Commission Website

 "Donate today to help support carers in North East Wales. Thanks to you, we can make life better for all carers in North Wales."