The Caring Force is pleased to announce the January Member Spotlight honoree is Etta Lynn Reynolds, a direct care worker with the Center for Human Development (CHD). Etta is a dedicated worker who uses her skills and experience to help assist others in CHD’s Children and Families division. Here’s what Etta had to say about working in human
Happy Holidays from all of us at The Caring Force! As we reflect on 2019, we are proud of what we were able to accomplish together! We hosted a successful rally at the State House with about 500 attendees, held a record setting Broadcast Your Love of Human Services contest and had our priority legislation get reported
This Thanksgiving, we’re saying thanks to the nearly 28,000 members of the Caring Force. You not only provide critical care to one in ten Massachusetts residents, but you also advocate for fair wages, request additional funding to provide services and demand better educational benefits for our sector’s workforce. We’re also grateful for our amazing Caring
Congratulations to Doc Wayne Youth Services on being the 2019 Broadcast Your Love of Human Services photo contest winners! First, you cast over 1,100 votes to narrow the field to three finalists. Then, last week at the Providers’ Council’s 44th Annual Convention & Expo: Everyone Counts., we displayed your top three photos to our convention attendees and
And here they are: The three finalists for our Eighth Annual Broadcast Your Love of Human Services photo contest! The 11 terrific entries received more than 1,100 votes this year! It was so great to see how many of you got together with your colleagues, clients and consumers to take photos, vote and share these pictures.
It’s finally time! The #BroadcastYourLove photos have been submitted and now we need your help to pick the finalists. This year we have 11 photos showing how valuable the work is that Caring Force members do and how much they enjoy it. To vote, check out The Caring Force Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter pages, then like, comment and/or share/retweet your favorites. We
Hello! My name is Ravi, and I’m the new Project Manager for The Caring Force. I’m really excited to start working with all 27,000 of you to amplify our grassroots advocacy efforts throughout the Commonwealth. When I was much younger, my uncle developed a rare, terminal form of cancer and moved in with my family.
After spending four years as Project Manager of the Caring Force, I’ll be leaving the Council and moving onto a new opportunity at the end of the month. The past few years have been such an amazing experience, and I couldn’t have done it without your help! I want to thank each and every Caring