Established in 1997, Sheffield-based Silver Healthcare specialises in residential dementia care for the elderly.
Jane Imrie

Yorkshire care provider to give staff pay rise with six-figure HSBC support

A South Yorkshire care provider has received support from HSBC to give staff a pay rise as a result of increased workload caused by the COVID-19 pandemic

Silver Healthcare is set to give all members of staff operating in its Rosebank and Leahyrst care homes a pay increase of 21.8 per cent thanks to the restructure of a six-figure funding package from HSBC.

Established in 1997, Sheffield-based Silver Healthcare specialises in residential dementia care for the elderly in Sheffield.

Roy Young, managing director of Silver Healthcare, commented: “Our staff have done an incredible job to continue providing high quality care to some of the most vulnerable people in the community.

“Not only have they delivered this care against the backdrop of an international crisis, but they have done so with unrelenting enthusiasm and a smile.

“We’re delighted to make a gesture to show our acknowledgement, as well as the gratitude of our residents, for their significant efforts throughout this unprecedented time.”

David Leonard, corporate relationship director for HSBC UK, South Yorkshire added: “The dedication of key workers in healthcare throughout this difficult period has been monumental so when the opportunity came to show a sign of support, we were happy to facilitate.

“Silver Healthcare provides a valuable service for communities across the Sheffield area and we hope that it will continue to do so for many more years.”

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