Age needs one voice. Now it has:
Age UK is the new force combining Age Concern England and
Help the Aged in England.
Hear how the crisis in care affects people like Frances everyday.
We believe the care system is in crisis. We're campaigning for change.
Play Age UK’s Weekly Lottery and you’ll have 1‚000 chances of winning a cash prize every week.
Selling or buying tickets for our seasonal raffle is a fun way to raise money for Age UK.
Make a cash donation online, by phone or by post or make a contribution to one of our unique programmes. Also included is information about leaving a legacy and Gift Aid.
Campaigning is when we put pressure on decision makers to make a change that will improve our lives - something we can all get involved in. Together we can improve lives.
There are dozens of ways to volunteer for Age UK, from helping at our shops to working in our head offices, training older people to use computers or collecting money.
Whether you want to do it on your own or as part of a group, we have all sorts of ideas for raising money. From skydiving to holding a raffle, we can help you make it a success.
Join in, have fun and raise money! From student challenges to star-studded ceremonies, local runs to overseas treks, there’s something for everybody.
Working with Age UK not only brings benefits to older disadvantaged people, it will also benefit your organisation.
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Frances has progressive multiple sclerosis. Listen to what Frances’ husband has to say about their situation.
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You can invest in first class research that will help find practical solutions to age-related problems, like dementia, incontinence and hearing loss. These solutions could transform later life for many people.
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