OUR
CHARITY WORK

Cavalry Healthcare are proud to support local charities! Here’s some of our work so far…

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Cavalry donates hand sanitiser and face visors to Age Concern in Liverpool.

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Donation of hand sanitiser during Covid19 outbreak to the Nurses and Carers of St Rocco’s Hospice in Warrington.
St Rocco’s Hospice is a charity that supports people in the Warrington community (and their families) from the moment they are diagnosed with an illness that is no longer curable.

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Carers and Support Workers at Damfield Gardens in Maghull in Liverpool attend the free Palliative Care training donated by Cavalry Healthcare. Smiles all around!

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Staff at Croxteth Park Care Home in Liverpool with their certificates after attending Cavalry Healthcare’s free Palliative Care Training.

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The Nurses and Carers of Orchard Lodge in Liverpool after attending Cavalry Healthcare’s free on-site Palliative Care training

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Celebrating Nurses and Carers who go above and beyond to deliver outstanding care and who support their local communities.

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Representing Cavalry Healthcare at Windsor Castle after being asked to join as Leadership Fellow following the Cavalry’s work to deliver outstanding care and support to staff and service users.

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Cavalry Directors Kate and Brian attend the opening celebration of new Care Home in Formby, Sefton.

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Nursing home staff in Liverpool with their certificates following their free Palliative Care training.

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Cavalry often run multiple sesions of our free palliative Care training in Care Homes around Merseyside to allow as many of their Nurses and Carers to attend as possible.

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The team at Smile TLC, a charity in Liverpool that supports people living with dementia enjoyed their free Palliative Care training session with Cavalry Clinical Educators Debbie and Trish.

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Cavalry have delivered free Palliative Care training to hundreds of Nurses and Carers across Merseyside and the surrounding areas. The team here proving that training can be fun!

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Cavalry are thanked by MP Paula Barker after working around the clock to support Oak Springs Care Home in Wavertree after it suffered a tragic outbreak of Coronavirus.

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Cavalry staff clap for Nurses and Carers working in the NHS and working within Social Care. We do our best to support clinical staff working across all settings.

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Cavalry HCA Courtney arranges for an ice cream van to visit care homes in Warrington to lift the spirits of residents and staff during lockdown.

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More Support workers in Liverpool attend our free Palliative Care training.

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Cavalry Registered Nurse Phillipa donates Easter eggs to staff and residents in Care homes in Crosby, Liverpool.

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Cavalry sends a donation of hand sanitiser to the Willow Day centre in Maghull.

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Cavalry Supports the Beeches Nursing home in Maghull with a donation of PPE and treats for their Nurses and Carers.

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Cavalry Healthcare pledge to donate over 1000 bottles of hand sanitiser to Nureses and Carers working on the front line of social care across Merseyside and Lancashire during the Covid-19 outbreak

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Cavalry Healthcare donated £500 to help build a sensory garden for people living with Dementia at Parkhaven trust in Maghull, Merseyside.

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Cavalry often arrange events to fundraise for the fantastic Headway Charity (for people who are living with Brain Injury). We’ve supported with bag packing, pizza nights, quizzes and events to help support Headway Liverpool.

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Cavalry raised over £1000 for Headway at this Quiz night in Liverpool City Centre. People who use Headway services took to the stage to thank everyone for their support.
A HUGE thanks to Natasha Gleave (Cavalry’s Support Team Manager) for organising the event!

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Cavalry donate hundreds of lolly ices and ice creams to help keep Nurses and Carers working in Merseyside healthcare charities cool on hot days!

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Donation of PPE and treats to the Nurses and Staff of Rowan Park School for children who have Learning Disabilities in Litherland, Liverpool.
Many of the children rely on Rowan Park for care so the school has remained open through Covid19.

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Donation of hand sanitiser, masks and treats for the Nurses and HCAs of St Joseph’s Hospice (known locally as Jospice) in Thornton, Liverpool.
One of Merseyside’s oldest and largest hospices founded by Fr Francis O’Leary who set up hospices around the World!

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Donation of hand sanitiser and treats to the lovely Nurses and Carers of Heathercroft Care home in Warrington.

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Heathside and Heathside Mews in Warrington have been hit with the effects of Covid19 so Cavalry took them a large donation of hand sanitisers and treats. We’re also working with Care homes to support staff effected by the impacts of Covid19.

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Production Line. Our CEO Rory and Director Lawrence working on the hand sanitiser production line during Covid19.

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Our Cavalry Support vehicle has helped to get staff and resources to where they are most needed during Covid19. It has travelled throughout Liverpool, Sefton, Warrington, Lancashire and all around Merseyside.

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Cavalry helped the St Joseph’s Hospice (Jospice, Liverpool) Summer Garden Party to really POP with this donation of Champagne and Prosecco to stock a fizz tent on the lawn. A lovely way to bring in much needed funds for their fantastic Nurses and Carers.

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We had great feedback from staff at Lighthouse Lodge and Marina View in (Wirral, Merseyside) following their free Palliative care training.

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Cavalry sends PPE and treats to the staff of James Page Nursing Home in Maghull

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Cavalry deliver free palliative care training to care homes across Merseyside and Lancashire. The training is delivered by experienced Hospice Nurses and aims to support Care home Nurses and HCAs to deliver outstanding End of Life Care.

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Our CEO Rory is invited to The House of Lords following Cavalry’s support of The Cavell Nurses’ Trust (providing practical and financial help to Nurses and Carers who have fallen on difficult times).

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Rory outside the Houses of Parliament after being invited there to acknowledge Cavalry’s support of Nurses and Carers.

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Presenting Nurses and Carers who have gone above and beyond to care for people with flowers and certificates of recognition.

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Cavalry organise a festive fundraiser for Headway Liverpool attended by clinical staff, service users and Case Managers. Lots of mulled wine and mince pies were had!

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Rory and Natasha pictured at one of our festive fundraisers for Headway Liverpool.

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Having fun supporting The Cavell Nurses’ Trust at their event in Manchester. Cavalry donated raffle prizes (including a fair bit of gin) to help raise much needed funds.

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More Care Home staff in Merseyside attend our free on-site palliative care training.

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The lovely Nurses and Care Assistants of Beechwood Specialist Services in Aigburth, Liverpool attended our free on-site Palliative Care Education.

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Rory donates face visors, hand sanitiser and treats to Parkhaven Trust in Maghull, Liverpool. Parkhaven specialised in caring for people who have dementia, but also have assisted living, residential services for people who have Learning Disabilities and a day centre.

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Cavalry donates face visors and hand sanitiser to the Turner Home in Liverpool, a charity that specialises in caring for men with complex needs.

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Cavalry donated hand sanitiser and treats for the Nurses and Healthcare Assistants working at Formby Manor in Formby, Sefton.

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Cavalry donates PPE to Nazareth House charity in Crosby, Sefton.

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Cavalry provide Ince Blundell Hall Nursing home in Crosby with PPE and treats for their staff and residents.

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Cavalry leave donations of hand sanitiser and PPE on the doorsteps of local key workers in Merseyside to help keep them and the people they serve safe.

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Cavalry Supports the Beeches Nursing home in Maghull with a donation of PPE and treats for their Nurses and Carers.