Developing a true partnership built on shared values, Caritas says its expertise has resulted in the business being selected as the NSPCC’s lead supplier for both their temporary and permanent social work recruitment requirements. With the launch of the second phase, Caritas now manages the social work supply chain, as well as participating in joint initiatives that affect the wider social care community. Caritas will also continue its long running charity partnership with the NSPCC.
Caritas CEO, Debbie Smith commented, “The true extent of our partnership with the NSPCC runs much deeper than just commercial interest. We regularly share offices, have collaborated on research investigations, whilst also supporting the NSPCC in their fundraising efforts.
“I am very pleased to announce that Caritas is now implementing a full managed service partnership with the NSPCC. We have been fortunate to work alongside such an incredible organisation for several years now and I look forward to continuing this relationship in the years to come.”
Siobhan Sheridan, NSPCC people director, added, “It's a delight to work with a partner like Caritas who are really focused on developing a strong relationship with a genuine partnership ethos. We are already benefiting from the insight that gives them into who we are as an organisation and how they might be best able to help and support us.”