Published on 20 August 2013 03:00 PM
Age Concern NI and Help the Aged in Northern Ireland have years of shared history, caring for many, campaigning for change, and delivering vital services.
If those experiences taught us one thing, it’s that there is strength in numbers. That is why we joined together to create a new charity and from 26 March 2010, we will be known by our new name, Age NI.
The Age NI Communications Team is available to answer any questions you might have about ageing in Northern Ireland. We can provide you with an Age NI comment, help you source interviews and sign-post you to further opportunities.
Sometimes our charity family Age Cymru, Age Scotland and Age UK issue press releases that relate only to GB or are relevant to the UK but don’t have a local focus. We are always available to help you find a specific Northern Ireland angle to your story.
Roisin Kerr, Marketing & Communications Manager: firstname.lastname@example.org
Melanie Bradford, Marketing and Communications Officer: email@example.com
Mon - Fri, 9am - 5pm: 028 9024 5729
For digital enquiries (website, email newsletters & social media), please contact Matthew Blain, Digital Marketing Officer: firstname.lastname@example.org
For all general enquiries‚ please use our contact us page.
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We believe the social care system in Northern Ireland is broken.
Almost £200 million of benefits go unclaimed every year by older people in NI.
Help us improve later life in Northern Ireland.
We deliver care services, provide advice and advocacy, fundraise and influence our decision-makers to improve later life for us all.
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