About Us

We also want to ensure that carers can manage financially and have the time and energy to enjoy their life and achieve things that are important to them.

In doing all of this, we provide advice and support individually tailored to each person and we look at how we can prevent or reduce challenges and how we can enable each carer to take charge of their own future.

Our services are currently available in Blaenau Gwent, Bridgend, Caerphilly, Cardiff, Merthyr Tydfil, Monmouthshire, Newport, Rhondda Cynon Taf, Torfaen and the Vale of Glamorgan. We also deliver commissioned and private respite, care and support services in the home and other community settings.

If you are interested in a career at The Care Collective, please click here.

Our Mission & Vision

We have been championing and working with unpaid carers for over 30 years under a number of names as the charity grew and welcomed smaller charities into The Care Collective family.  We are now one of the largest charities in Wales and the areas we cover account for almost 50% of the total number of unpaid carers in the whole of Wales.

Our head office is based at the County Hospital in Griffithstown and we have hubs or offices in Pontypool, Penarth, Bridgend and Taffs Well.

However, we like to be out and about finding and helping carers and those who can support carers.  Have a look at our news page or social media to see where we are and come and say hello.

Our Non-traditional Outlook

Our non-traditional outlook and innovative mindset makes it easier for people to seek support. Our pursuit for new ways of working enables us to support more people and create deeper outcomes for them.

We’re incredibly proud of being a Welsh charity, but it’s absolutely essential for us that we help anyone that needs support. Irrespective of their nationality, ethnicity, sexual preference, gender identity, economic status, age, marital status, pregnancy or religion.

This is another reason our name includes the word ‘collective’, as we want to include everyone and achieve excellent outcomes through a collective approach with our colleagues and those we are working with.

About Us

We will...

  • Be led by unpaid carers 
  • Amplify voices 
  • Build relationships 
  • Share knowledge 
  • Provide expertise 
  • Stay at the forefront of social care 
  • Act with warmth and understanding

Sign up to our newsletter

If you would like to receive information about everything new happening at The Care Collective, please email us at info@thecarecollective.wales

Read our terms and conditions here.