Information, advice and updates on keeping you and your loved ones safe.
Telephone Information & Advice Service:
Supporting older people with ongoing issues and concerns around welfare, benefits and access to other statutory and social services.
Telephone Befriending Call Service:
Providing weekly calls from one of our dedicated volunteers to offer reassurance and comfort over the coming weeks, also to identify any additional health and wellbeing needs and refer on to our professional support teams and other referral agencies as needed.
Providing and/or identifying locally available support for citizens including referrals to established channels of obtaining essential supplies (including shopping services, food banks, religious organisations etc.) and other support service including general advice and guidance, befriending services, buddying, online socialising etc.
For any of the above services please contact us by:
or call 0121 437 0033 Monday to Friday 9:30am - 4pm
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Age UK Birmingham and Age UK Sandwell will not, at any time, ask to take your debit card from you on your doorstep.
There are simple, effective things we can all do to reduce our risk of catching coronavirus or transmitting the virus to other people. Please see the section below for the latest on current local services.
Age UK Birmingham charity shops offer a wide and ever-changing range of goods at very reasonable prices. They also provide a ‘gateway’ to the whole charity, as well as our other services and products. Donations of saleable items can be accepted during normal opening hours.
Worried about what you can and cannot claim? We have advice to help.
Read expert advice on how paying for social care on the Age UK national website.
Changing your life for the better with activities across the city, or try the link at the Age UK national site below.
Our quality marks
Age UK Birmingham has achieved the Age UK Charity Quality Standard (CQS). The CQS is externally assessed by quality assessment experts, SGS.
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