How to nominate either a care recipient, care Worker, or a care team.

Pollard's Promises is a charitable initiative founded by Darren Pollard and his team at Quality Care Group (QCG) in Sussex. The initiative aims to recognise and appreciate those involved in the care sector by fulfilling bucket list dreams and gifting treats to Care Workers and care recipients.

Nominating a Care Recipient, Care Worker, or a Care Team for a special treat or experience through Pollard's Promises is a great way to show your appreciation for their hard work and dedication. Here's a step-by-step guide on how to make a nomination:

Step 1: Visit the Pollard's Promises website

The first step is to visit the Pollard's Promises website at

Step 2: Choose a category

Once you're on the website, click on the "Nominate" tab located at the top of the page. You'll then need to choose a category for your nomination: Care Recipient, Care Worker, or Care Team.

Step 3: Fill out the nomination form

After selecting a category, you'll be directed to a nomination form where you'll need to provide some basic information about the person or team you're nominating. You'll need to provide their name, contact information, and a brief description of why you believe they deserve to be recognised.

Step 4: Submit your nomination

Once you've filled out the nomination form and shared your story, click the "Submit" button to complete your nomination. You'll receive a confirmation email once your nomination has been received.

It's important to note that Pollard's Promises is open to all carers and care recipients, young and old. Whether you know a professional carer who has gone above and beyond in their role, an unpaid carer who deserves recognition for what they do, or a care recipient who deserves a special treat or some support, you can nominate them through Pollard's Promises.

In conclusion, Pollard's Promises is a wonderful initiative that recognises and appreciates the hard work and dedication of those involved in the care sector. By nominating a Care Recipient, Care Worker, or a Care Team, you can show your support and help make a positive difference in the lives of those who provide and receive care.

Lauren Early

Head of Promises

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