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Liquid Personnel Sponsor Social Work Tutor Book Campaign
Liquid Personnel are delighted to announce our sponsorship of the ‘Stand Up For Social Work’ campaign, which will raise awareness of the realities of frontline practice, and promises to be a major positive for the sector.
The Stand Up For Social Work campaign, run by ‘Social Work Tutor’, aims to give a true account of social work. The global project, ultimately leading to the publication of a book, will aim to “show the true account of Social Work from those on the frontline of practice all over the world.”
The project is seeking support via the crowdfunding website Kickstarter, which allows individuals to pledge their backing to independent projects. Since launching the project in early June 2016, Social Work Tutor’s campaign has already received backing from more than 200 people and has achieved over 90% of its £15,000 funding goal.
At Liquid, we feel very strongly about the campaign and know that it will be very positive for the sector, allowing for social workers to share their experiences in a new way. That’s why we’ve chosen to donate and become an official sponsor.
We’re very pleased to have the opportunity to be part of something that we feel so passionately about and we urge any social workers who would like to have their professions’ voice heard to donate on the Kickstarter page. The campaign is open for donations until August 2nd.
The person behind the project, Social Work Tutor (SWT) is well respected within the social work sector, writing regularly for Community Care and The Guardian, as well as hosting their own influential blog and social media pages. Many social workers will be familiar with the popular Facebook page, which has over 200,000 likes. SWT has also appeared on BBC Breakfast news, Radio 2, Radio 5 Live and GMTV and has made a documentary for Channel 4.
If you would like to help make the Stand Up for Social Work project a reality and push it over the £15,000 pledge goal, you can do so by backing the project on Kickstarter. We hope you agree that it’s a great cause.