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Age UK Croydon is a vibrant and successful voluntary sector charity whose aim is to promote the health, wellbeing and independence of older people who live in Croydon.

We are Age UK Croydon

Our mission is to reach, involve, support and connect people so they can age well in Croydon.

We believe in valuing ageing, improving lives and growing communities.

We have an expert team of over 50 staff and around 75 volunteers who work together to deliver our extensive range of services and activities right across the borough of Croydon.  With services spanning information and advice, health, wellbeing, falls prevention, dementia support, one to one personal independence coordinators, befriending and social activities, Age UK Croydon offers a holistic solution for older people to access the services they require in one place. Read more information about our services and activites.

We are independent of the national Age UK charity, but have passed its quality standard allowing us to hold the Age UK brand, participate in national campaigns and add the voice of our clients to lobbying efforts, keeping older people’s rights on the national agenda.

  • Equality Policy

    Age UK Croydon is committed to equality in all aspects of employment, volunteering opportunities and the provision of service to all clients. 


  • How To Contact Us

    Should you require any help, assistance or further information about Age UK Croydon, please click the link below to contact us. 

    Contact Us 

  • Annual Report

    The organisation's finances, key achievements, impact, and future plans are all presented in a clear, easy-to-read format.

    Annual Report 

About Age UK

Age UK is our national umbrella organisation and brand partner, and the UK's leading independent charitable body committed to the well being of all older people.A registered charity (number 1128267) and a company limited by guarantee, Age UK also has a separate company – Age UK Croydon Trading Limited – for our Social Enterprise Services. 

Age UK undertakes to influence policy and practice and change views about ageing in order to create greater understanding about the needs of older people - both in terms of their care and the opportunities they seek to help make later life a fulfilling and enjoyable experience.

For more information, see the Age UK site.