Get great ‘job’ satisfaction, ongoing support and an excellent mileage rate.
Please phone Cassie, our Volunteer Co-ordinator, on 01392 202092 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Jon Wills is walking an incredible 215 miles in the name of his close friend 'Poustie' for Age UK Exeter's Dementia services. Read about his reasons and his progress...
Tickets are now on sale for our glittering Gala Ball - book now at the early bird rate!
Age UK Exeter has been supporting older people for 30 years! To mark this occasion, we are aiming to raise an additional £30,000 during 2017 - we want you to help us achieve our goal!
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"I find helping is so rewarding and fun. l feel appreciated, enjoy the company and lots of laughs."
Brenda is one of a team of wonderful people that volunteer to support those living with dementia.We are on the look out for people to join this special team and help out in our Park and Lane Clubs for people with memory difficulties.
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Play today and you could win up to £25,000 every 3 months or up to £2,000 every week.
Men in Sheds' Pop-up-shop is proving popular. We have a look to see what makes it so special!
Age UK Exeter, like so many charities, is finding it increasingly hard to generate sufficient income to meet its rising costs. That is why it is looking to remove cost from its central overheads while protecting the services that are so vital for local older people.
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Age UK Exeter has achieved the Organisational Quality Standards (OQS) for local Age UKs in England. The OQS are assessed externally and endorsed by the Charity Commission.
Leaving a legacy to Age UK Exeter is one of the most lasting gifts you can make – helping us continue to make life better for older people in Exeter. To find out how your gift can make a difference, please see our Leaving a Legacy page.
Age Positive: rather than talk about ‘the elderly’, ‘pensioners’ or ‘OAPs’, which can be excluding or have negative connotations, we use the term ‘older people’. Age UK Exeter is committed to helping people love later life.