We rely on your support to help older people in Dacorum.
Ways to give
Giving online is quick and easy. You can make a one-off donation or a regular monthly donation to support our work in Dacorum
- Donate with a credit or debit card or use your Paypal account to our Paypal Giving Fund
- Giving via our JustGiving page with credit/debit cards or paypal
- Texting your donation using your mobile phone through Just Text Giving
Donate by cheque
If you would like to send a cheque, please make your cheque payable to Age UK Dacorum. If specified, a donation can be credited to any individual project or projects.
Please send or drop your cheques to our office at
Age UK Dacorum
Half Moon Yard
Herts HP1 3AE
Tel: 01442 259049
If your employer, company or personal pension provider runs a Payroll Giving scheme, you can donate straight from your wages or pension. This happens before tax is deducted from your income. This type of donation is made regularly through your salary or pension which means we can plan ahead and make the most of your gift.
What your donation could do
will pay for us to send a handwritten birthday card with a personal message to someone who lives alone and dosen't have any close family or friends
will help to pay for a call made by our Telephone club to a housebound older person
will pay for entertainment and a gift at our Christmas parties
will pay for art and craft material at a group session in our Dementia/Cogs Clubs
could provide a winter warmth parcel to an older person who is struggling to keep warm. A flask, fleecy blanket, socks and a wind-up torch can make a big difference.
will provide refreshments for our Tea and Chat groups for 3 months
will pay for expenses to run a fundraising event.
will pay for the cost of a year of weekly friendship visits to lonely, isolated people by our Befriending service
will subsidise our Handyperson hardship fund which helps to keep older vulnerable people safe and warm in their own homes
will take 60 older, lonely people on an outing or day trip to the seaside.
will help set up and run a specialist club for people with dementia.