Age needs one voice. Now it has:
Age UK is the new force combining Age Concern England and
Help the Aged in England.
We encourage children to understand the challenges that older people face and think about how valuable older people are to communities.
If you are interested in studying Age UK for a school project or would like to raise money and are seeking ideas, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
Here are a few ideas:
The Age UK recycling appeal is a great way for students and teachers to get involved in an environmentally friendly initiative that gets rid of waste and raises funds for charity.
We recycle old mobile phones, foreign currency, clothes, household goods and printer and toner cartridges.
Why not get your pupils to design a recycling box for collecting mobile phones and cartridges? (Please store cartridges and mobiles separately to avoid damage).
Find out more at our recycling section.
We have created interactive assembly plans for infants and secondary school pupils, which you can use to get children thinking about the older generation and the difficulties they may face:
Primary assembly plan
Secondary assembly plan
Alternatively, it may be possible for us to visit your school and explain our values and work to students. Contact us on 020 3033 1617 for more details.
We hope you can join us and make a difference to the lives of people in later life. Your support will show that the younger generation really does care. Email us at email@example.com or call 020 3033 1617 for more information.
For ideas about getting publicity for fundraising, see our Publicise your event page.
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Whether it's a 'Staying Warm' pack, or a home visit to check that an older person is safe and well, see just what your donations could buy for an older person to help keep them warm and well this winter.
Age UK, Tavis House, 1-6 Tavistock Square, London WC1H 9NA. Registered charity number 1128267. Company number 6825798. © Age UK Group and/or its National Partners (Age NI, Age Scotland and Age Cymru) 2014. All Rights Reserved
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