Apply to be in a film about being a carer
4 April 2019
Would you like to share your story about being a carer, and get paid for it?
Care for the Carers has been contacted by Raw Research agency, which is working witha major UK energy company and a major UK carer charity to create a series of short online films about unpaid carers in the UK, which will be filmed in London at the end of April.
If you’re interested in taking part, please get in touch with Raw Research via the contact information below, as Care for the Carers is not managing the project.
And if you’re chosen to be in one of the films, please let us know so we can share your film with other carers in East Sussex.
Invitation from Raw Research:
If you are caring for a loved one and you juggle your work life and your social life with unpaid caring responsibilities, we would like to hear from you.
We want to know more about the highs and the lows of looking after a loved one. But also, we would like to know all about you and your passions and how different responsibilities changed your perspective on what is important in life.
We will be filming in late April in London. Everyone selected for the short films would be paid £300 for their time – all the travel costs would be covered too.
If this sounds like you, pleasefill out this simple questionnaire, and a member of our casting team will get in touch: https://forms.gle/y81fRDbiMLGqmZkf6
Katie and the team at Raw Research
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