Impact Report 2022/2023

Produced by Bean Research

Foreword and Executive Summary

Since 2017, CareTech Foundation has directly supported almost 1.9 million people, and help train 3,799 specialists to offer greater support. But its impact is much wider and longer term.

While its programmatic support continues to directly affect people – 63,548 this year alone, with 1,204 facilitators supported and trained in the UK, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Tanzania, the CareTech Foundation has evolved and matured as a grant-maker in the last couple of years and its newer grants are increasingly focused on increasing the capacity and ability of its charity partners and investing in research in new approaches and research to create innovation and system change across the sector, as well as direct support.

This year has been one of reflection for the Foundation, after the five year anniversary. Bean Research developed a new impact framework looking ahead to 2023-2026 to build success factors in judging prospective grants. Focusing on how the Foundation would support and champion the social care sector, carers and those living in care, developing a robust framework of outputs and outcomes to focus on.

There are a number of new partnerships who we look forward to working with, and sharing the difference they are able to make as a result of CareTech Foundation funding.


Jonathan Freeman MBE
Chief Executive Officer
CareTech Foundation

New Partnerships This Year

Supporting people with physical & learning disabilities & mental health issues

Improving the UK Social Care Sector: Partnerships