Share to Care

Information for Businesses

Thank you for taking the first step.

Your support will help reduce unemployment and support care provision across the region.

More than ever, care homes need chefs, drivers, cleaners, engineers and many other professions to fill a range of roles that support care provision across the region.

You and your organisation can help us reach people with these skills who might need paid work now.

Here are three simple steps you can take now:

1. Share this LinkedIn post

2. Ask your HR department to email staff encouraging them to share this link (see suggestions email text below):

3. Create a 10-15 second video along the lines of:

Hello, I’m XXXXXX (name and title) of (company). We are proud to be helping support care workers across the WestMidlands during Covid 19. To find out how you could too, visit

Please then post this video on on Linkedin and other social networkswith the #timetocare and a link to

Our social media team will be collating, re-posting and boosting your contributions to encourage others.

If you would like images to support your promotion of the #TimeToCare campaign or there are other ways you think you can support us, such as community funding to support the work of carers, please do contact us by emailing

Thank you

Suggestions E-mail Text

Suggested copy to share with staff/furloughed worker

URGENT call to help West Midlands care homes

Find out how you can play your part in the West Midlands fightback against COVID-19. You can make a real difference to people’s lives right now by sharing the #TimeToCare campaign with people in and around the West Midlands.

Why we need your help?

There is an urgent need to attract people to deliver essential roles, from cooking and administrative roles to nursing and care, to ensure care homes and home carers can continue to provide vital support to vulnerable people.

Can you help?

If you are based in the West Midlands and have been furloughed or know someone who is looking for work you can help. There are plenty of different jobs you can do, from providing personal care to cooking meals for residents.

Who can you help?

You can help thousands of individuals in need of care who are isolating at home in domiciliary care or who are in residential or nursing homes.

How you can help?