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First Care Home in York to become a Kyra Ambassador organisation

Our Rawcliffe Manor Care Home in York, has become the first care home in York to become an Ambassador for Kyra Women’s Project.

We are extremely proud to be a part of this amazing organisation and help support our local community.

The team was presented with their Ambassador plaque by Kyra CEO Rosemary Cook.

Rosemary said: “We are so thrilled to have this commitment from Rawcliffe Manor – with a majority female staff group, there are bound to be people who could benefit at times from Kyra’s support, and now they have a pathway directly to us.”

In an Ambassador organisation, the staff are encouraged to signpost female colleagues, clients, or customers to Kyra for support to make positive changes in their lives.

Kyra Women’s Project began as a support centre run by women for women, providing encouragement, companionship, information, training, and importantly, a sense of belonging.

Kyra supports women to overcome challenges and make positive changes in their lives.

To learn more about the Kyra Women’s Project head over to their website www.kyra.org.uk

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