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Care in Crisis

by Care and Support Alliance category: Cause

“Care is in crisis – Ask George Osborne to take action and #InvestInCare in the 2014 budget please RT http://thndr.it/1cOKNGb

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Endet Mär 19, 9:00 VORMITTAGS GMT

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This campaign ended on March 19 at 9AM

Care in Crisis

On 19th March, Chancellor George Osborne will tell all of us how he plans to spend our money for 2014. This means we have a key chance to tell him he must making investing in care his top priority.

Thousands of older and disabled people rely on care to carry out everyday tasks like getting up in the morning, making a meal and going to work.

But our care system is in crisis 

It cannot cope with a rapidly ageing population and people living longer with illness and disability. Cuts mean that half a million older and disabled people have lost their vital support in the last five years.

What should George do on 19th March?

We need urgent action now so that older and disabled people get the support they need. The Care and Support Alliance is asking Chancellor George Osborne to act now and end this crisis.

By adding your voice to the Thunderclap, you will join thousands of people - who like you – think we need to invest in our care system. If we get enough support Thunderclap will send out everyone’s message on Facebook and Twitter, reaching thousands more people.

Support our Thunderclap now and tell George Osborne to invest in care in the budget.

 

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