2024-25 Priorities launched

We will focus our work on persuading decision-makers to ‘Recognise the true value of social care’. Today also sees the introduction of an updated logo and new animation, reflecting human stories and member voice

Today, following extensive engagement with members, stakeholders and staff over the past year, we launch our organisation Priorities for 2024-25.

Read our 2024-25 Priorities

We will be focusing our work on persuading decision-makers to ‘Recognise the true value of social care’, with an emphasis on four key areas:

  • Secure sustainable, equitable investment for not-for-profit providers of social care and support
  • Ensure the reform of social care and support realises people’s human rights
  • Advocate for the expertise of not-for-profit providers in shared planning and decision-making
  • Demonstrate the positive impact of valuing social care on lives and communities.

Rachel Cackett, CEO of CCPS, said:

“As we celebrate 25 years as a registered charity, these new Priorities will continue to build our collective voice moving towards the important point of the 2026 Holyrood elections.

“We look forward to using these Priorities as the framework for all our activities over the next 18 months, on behalf of our membership.”

“We will refresh our Priorities in autumn 2025 to ensure our messages are honed by our members for the greatest possible impact with the next Scottish Government.”

Today also marks a change in CCPS’s communication, with an updated logo emphasising a less corporate and more people-focused style, and an animation restating of our role as the voice of not-for-profit social care providers.

Later this week we’ll be sharing reflections from Board members about the contribution CCPS has made over the past 25 years.