Do you know someone who has helped to make later life better?
Spirit of Age Awards
Find services and support in your local area
As the older population in the UK becomes more ethnically diverse, local Age UK's offer BME services and support around the country.
The projected growth in older people from black and minority ethnic (BME) communities shows a significant increase, as people who came to Britain in the 1950s, 60s and 70s become older.
By 2026, there will be a much larger BME older ethnic minority population with just less than 4 million aged 50 and over, and 1-3 million aged 65 and overTo coincide with Black History Month this October, we chatted to three member of Age UK’s BME Elders Reference group who shared their stories about moving to the UK...
Local Age UKs, working with partner organisations are developing their work to provide culturally inclusive and accessible activities for older people from BME communities. Find out what's happening near you.
We offer a comprehensive range that provides answers to many questions on issues affecting the over 50s. From avoiding scams, to putting more money in your pocket, making wills and estate planning, as well as healthy eating and much more, our guides aim to help you deal with some of the challenges faced in later life. See your free guides here.
Set your location to see what Age UK offers in your local area.
Help support our work with vulnerable older people
Sign up for our fortnightly newsletter to stay on top of the latest from Age UK
Music, news & chat
Find out more about The Wireless
Find out what Age UK does, its history and much more.
Age International is a new member of the Age UK family, working in more than 40 countries to help older people flourish.
Find out more about the great products Age UK offers.
Set the appearance of this website so you can read it more easily
To see information relating to Northern Ireland, Scotland or Wales set your preference below: