Carers Week is a national awareness raising week held annually in the third week of October. Carers Week 2019 will be held from Sunday 13th to Saturday 19th October.
Carers Australia and Carers Associations invite all Australians to be part of Carers Week. Carers Week is Australia’s annual celebration of carers and is held annually in the third week of October. Carers Week aims to raise awareness of carers, the caring role and relationships, and carer supports and services.
Many great events will be conducted across the nation during Carers Week, including morning teas, launches, exhibitions, seminars and media talkback.
Carers Week Activity Grants
Carers WA offers grants for care-related organisations and carer support groups to host their own event for carers during Carers Week. Applications for Carers Week Activity Grants for 2019 are now open. Applications close Friday, 2nd August 2019.
For more information visit our Carers Week Activity Grant webpage.
Carers Week Events
Carers WA hosts a variety of events during Carers Week. Events for 2019 will be advised closer to the time.
Carers Week Promotional Material
To request promotional material for Carers Week 2019 please contact the Carers WA Marketing Team on 1300 CARERS (1300 227 377) or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Carers Week 2018 TV Commercial
- Cate and Bronte Campbell National Carers Week TV CSA (opens in Carers Australia YouTube channel)
Carers WA welcome your involvement in National Carers Week 2019. Organisations who wish to partner with Carers WA to reach a targeted audience and participate in a campaign that will bring together a range of stakeholders within the caring community are welcome to view our range of sponsorship options:
Thank you to the following organisations who have made generous donations towards 2018 Carers Week events.
- Beans & Bunches
- Big 4
- Black Swan State Theatre Company
- Bounce Cannington
- Captain Cook Cruises
- Ginger B
- Greater Union Morley
- Hyatt Perth Regency
- Perth Explorer
- Rottnest Fast Ferries
- Western Australian Museum