2024 Awareness Campaigns

Welcome to the dedicated awareness campaigns section of your Compass portal. Here, you can find the previous campaigns we've supported and the upcoming ones we will support this year.

As a value-driven employer, Pulse Nursing at Home is committed to supporting key awareness campaigns throughout the year to promote and celebrate the diversity of our nurses, support workers, clients, families, and employees.

By raising awareness, we can educate more individuals and call to action the issues each campaign aims to address.

Upcoming campaigns we’ll be supporting this year

Below, you can find out about the key upcoming campaigns we’re supporting this year.

World Cerebral Palsy Day

6th of October

With over 17 million people worldwide living with cerebral palsy and over 350 million people connected to someone with cerebral palsy, World Cerebral Palsy Day is a campaign that brings everyone together to raise awareness about cerebral palsy and what can be done to ensure a future where everyone has equal rights and opportunities worldwide.

World Cerebral Palsy Day links:


World Mental Health Day

10th of October

World Mental Health Day is a global celebration that aims to raise awareness of mental health issues worldwide. The day provides an opportunity to discuss mental health issues and what people can do to encourage others to seek guidance and support for their mental health.

World Mental Health Day links:


UK Disability History Month

16th November – 16th of December

UK Disability History Month is a significant campaign focusing on the history of disabled people across the UK and their contributions. The day is an opportunity to recognise and celebrate the diversity of people with disabilities, whether visible or hidden, and raise awareness of the different ways to support them.

UK Disability History Month links:


Nursing Support Workers’ Day

23rd of November

Nursing Support Workers' Day celebrates care assistants, support workers, healthcare assistants, and nursing associates and the vital role they all play in the care patients and clients receive. The day also shines a light on the importance of their roles, skills, and knowledge they bring to the healthcare industry and how they are a significant part of all care settings, including communities, hospitals, and clinics.

National Nursing Support Workers’ Day links:

Campaigns we’ve supported this year

Below, you can find out about the key campaigns we’ve supported this year.


1st of June - 30th of June

Pride takes place yearly to pay tribute to the 1969 Stonewall Riots and celebrate the LGBTQ+ community, their achievements and contributions to history worldwide.

The month-long event brings people together through parades, marches and discussions to provide LGBTQ+ individuals, friends, family and loved ones to come together to celebrate, share stories and raise awareness.

Pride links:


International Nurses Day

12th of May

International Nurses Day celebrates nurses globally and acknowledges their achievements and contributions. The campaign takes place every year on the 12th of May to coincide with Florence Nightingale’s birthday. This year's theme was 'The economic power of care', which focuses on raising awareness of how investing in nursing can provide many economic and societal benefits worldwide.

To celebrate our community nurses on International Nurses Day emails were sent on Sunday 12th of May, wishing them a very happy International Nurses Day and thanking them for the clinically outstanding world-class care they deliver to our clients in the community.

For nurses who worked 50+ shifts with us, they will have received personalised emails highlighting the hours of care they've delivered to our clients in the community since they first joined us.

International Nurses Day links: