Mobilise is a movement with a mission:
To make sure nobody has to figure out a caring role on their own.
What we believe
We believe there is nothing more important in life than looking after the people we love. We want to radically change the way society sees and supports people who look after someone, like we do. Together, we can get this right.
We hear you, because we are you
We're a business led by carers, for carers. We provide free personalised guidance and coaching. And we learn from the best - the UK's unseen army of unpaid carers. Together we're figuring it out, with a giggle, a wobble and a healthy dose of humour.
We put carers in control
We believe every one of the UK's seven million carers has the potential to make life brighter for the other 6,999,999 - by sharing their experiences, the frustrations and their successes.
Caring can be lonely and stressful. It can also be joyful, rewarding and fun. For many of us it's as much a part of our daily lives as brushing out teeth, and it's not all we are. You might not even identify as a carer, or like the word - lots of us don't. And we know when it comes to caring, one size doesn't fit all. Some of us live with the person we look after, while others care from far away. Whoever you are, you're welcome in our community.
What we do
Whether you need a listening ear, friendly advice or have a practical problem, we're here to learn and grow together.
Free, personalised advice
From one-to-one coaching calls to podcasts and regular support emails, all our resources are designed by carers, for carers. We can offer these services to you for free as we are funded by the Local Government.
Connecting you with the support you need
We believe carers should have free access to the support they need, all the time. That's why we team up with councils to help you link up with whatever it is you need. That might include claiming Carer's Allowance or finding out what other support you're eligible for.
Sharing the experience of others
We're in this together and learning from each other, every single day. Every time somebody shares their story - their frustrations, successes or questions - we all learn more about how to help each other.
Meet the Mobilise Team
The Mobilise community is a jumble of all different kinds of people. We're supported by the Mobilise central team.
CEO and Co-Founder
James has over ten years of experience setting up and leading socially impactful organisations. He supports his mother, who has MS.
Content and Engagement
Claire is qualified NLP practitioner (neuro linguistic programming) with a background in marketing. Claire is a carer for her daughter with complex needs.
Head of Partnerships at Mobilise
Dom looks after our contracted partners, and is also a founder of another social enterprise called PRIME. In his spare time, you'll find him on a 6-a-side football pitch or walking in the countryside.
Member of Carer Support Team
Chloe offers 1-1 calls and online support to carers. Outside of work, she enjoys scuba diving, photography and the gym!
Head of Carer Support & Co-Founder
Suzanne is a Carer's Coach, and has designed training programmes for Parkinson's UK. She is a carer for her husband, Matt.
Digital Solution Designer
Claire has over twenty years of developing digital products for a range of users. She is a carer for her parents.
Linda is business graduate at Queen Mary University of London. Outside of all things Marketing, she is most likely thinking about her next gym workout routine.
Head of Finance
Mathilde is a chartered accountant with over 30 years experience in industry, banking and, more recently, the third sector. In her spare time she trains at the local pool.
Kyro is a qualified accountant, supporting tech entrepreneurs internationally. He has been a carer since he was 13.
Head of Growth and Engagement
Joe has over ten years of experience in marketing and growing businesses. When not getting excited by data you'll find him leading the local cub scout pack.
Member of Carer Support Team
Jacqui has years of
experience and knowledge of problems faced by many carers. Outside of caring for her son, Jacqui is passionate about young adults with additional needs. She has founded a charity to help them get the same opportunities as their peers.
John has extensive experience in senior roles in investment banking, fast-growing charities and start ups. In his spare time he is a keen cyclist and skier and a long-suffering Saints fan.