Help us end loneliness

Please help us provide companionship and support for more local older people.


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Call Age UK Coventry:

024 7623 1999 024 7623 1999

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How we can help you

How you can help us

The Big Knit 2017

We are half way there! Only 5500 hats to go,,,,,
Get knitting to raise money for Age UK Coventry with innocent's Big Knit Campaign

Visit our Art Exhibition

From 10th- 13th April the Gilbert Richards Centre will host a FREE Arts and Crafts Exhibition, between 10am - 2pm each day.

For details call: 024 7667 2911

Volunteer with us

Volunteers help in nearly every aspect of our work!

We can only provide our range of services and help to older people with our volunteers and their valuable input.
It also helps you gain valuable work experience and full training is provided.

Different Ways to Donate

As a local and independent charity, we are responsible for raising our own funds. We rely on the support of local people and organisations and we are very grateful for your time and interest.

Remember to visit our charity shop to find special gems and great gifts too!

  • East Africa Crisis Appeal

    More than 20 million people face starvation and famine in East Africa. Our partner charity Age International has launched an emergency appeal with the Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC) to help.

    Find out more

  • Walking Cricket starting April

    Waking Cricket starting in April - the game is adapted for all ages and abilities

    Phone NOW for details!  

    024 7667 4397

    Find out more

  • NEW Walking Netball

    A slower version of the game it is designed so that anyone can play it regardless of age or fitness level, whether you stopped playing years ago or are new to the sport.

    See BBC Midlands today for more at:  

    Find out more

  • What the budget means for you

    Some of the most important announcements in the Budget will have a direct impact on older people.

    We’ve looked into some of the key issues to see how the Budget will really affect those of us in later life. 

    Find out more