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We work with a number of partners from a wide range of industries. These partnerships are a testament to the service we provide and the importance of the work we do.
Our current corporate partners include
"Age Cymru is a valuable strategic partner for Arriva Trains Wales. They enable us to get messages about all our travel opportunities to the thousands of older people across Wales who interact with the charity on a regular basis." - Lewis Brencher, Arriva Trains Wales.
Barchester Healthcare is proud to be a long-term supporter of Age Cymru and to sponsor their annual ‘My Homelife Cymru’ conference. The My Homelife Cymru campaign promotes a range of good practices for care homes and this conference is currently the only one in Wales dedicated to the care home sector. Barchester is always keen to support initiatives that seek to bring up industry standards, so we are delighted to be able to show our support.”– Milli Pithie, Barchester Healthcare.
“Having worked with Age Cymru on the expansion of their retail chain we were thrilled to be in a position to provide them with a major donation this year.” – Capital Law.
“As close neighbours of Age Cymru, we are delighted to be in a position where we are able to donate valuable prizes for their annual Gala Dinner auction. To help them carry out their fantastic work we have agreed to provide free Broadband Services to their IT network and hope that we can keep working together” - Computerworld Wales.
“Dŵr Cymru is pleased to work with Age Cymru. They are an integral part of our Customer Challenge Group which works with Welsh Water to ensure that customers receive the best possible service. They have also supported our campaign which aims to ensure people don’t suffer the misery and inconvenience of frozen water pipes during the winter. Being able to visit their local Winter Celebration events with information about the campaign helped ensure we got the message across directly to older people.” - Gwyn Thomas, Dŵr Cymru/Welsh Water.
“Hugh James has supported Age Cymru over a number of years. We have raised thousands of pounds for the charity by holding an annual dinner and by placing a team in the Cardiff Half Marathon each year. We have also worked with the charity to develop information and advice literature for older people across Wales.” - Lisa Morgan, Hugh James.
“Jennifer Melly Law has run two ‘Free Wills’ months for Age Cymru, where we offered our customers the chance to donate their entire fee for writing a will to the charity. The project raised more than £3400 and raised a lot of awareness about the importance of wrting a will. Age Cymru was excellent in their promotion and cooperation throughout both events.” - Elisabeth Burbage, Jennifer Melly Law.
"NewLaw is proud to work in partnership with Age Cymru by supporting older people with their legal needs. NewLaw will be running advice surgeries at Age Cymru's hubs in Pontypridd and Whitchurch focusing on Wills, Lasting Powers of Attorney and how to protect assets. We are pleased to be able to support Age Cymru's clients and also give something back by donating 20% of any fees made back to the charity" - Katie Edwards, NewLaw Solicitors
“Tata Steel has a strong tradition of support older people in our local community, and Age Cymru has offered us many opportunities to do this over the past few Christmases. The collaboration between our ‘From Tata with Love’ gift giving initiative and Age Cymru’s Winter Celebration project especially has made sure that many older people in Port Talbot had a wonderful winter celebration.” - Nia Singleton, Tata Steel.
“Over the past year, Wales and the West Utilities has sponsored the charity’s scams awareness literature to help keep older people safe in their own homes. We have also supported the distribution of free thermometers to make sure older people stay warm during the cold winter months. We are proud to be working closely with such an important charity for older people in Wales.” - Jaime Falarczyk, Wales & West Utilities.
We're delighted to have entered a partnership with Wales & West Utilities to sponsor our Handyvan service for the next 12 months.For more information on how to become a Corporate Partner of Age Cymru, email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone Michael Phillips, our Corporate & Trusts Relations Manager, on 029 2043 1555.
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