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We rely on your support to help older people in the Dudley Borough. There are many ways you can donate to us.

Ways to give

  • Donate

    Help us ensure that our services remain available

    The number of older people in Dudley grows each year, so Age UK Dudley cannot stand still. We constantly need to plan ahead to maintain and expand our services to meet ever changing needs.

    You can make a one-off donation or a regular monthly donation to support our work through online. 

    Donate online 

  • Donate by cheque

    Although we receive grants for some of our activities, nothing is ever guaranteed, so to continue our work for and with older people across the borough we depend greatly on the generous support of local people.

    However much you can give, whether it is a regular payment or a single donation we guarantee that every penny will be spent in Dudley Borough for the people of Dudley.

    If you would like to write us a cheque, please make it payable to Age UK Dudley and pop it along to us at one of our shops, offices or post it to Age UK Dudley Head Office. 

    Find us 

  • Leave a legacy

    Leaving a gift in your Will enables us to provide vital services for older people in Dudley. Every gift in every Will, no matter how large or small, makes a difference.

    No one should spend later life feeling vulnerable and alone. 

    Age UK Dudley makes sure older people aren’t forgotten or left to struggle on their own.  We’re here to listen, support, advise and help people to feel independent and secure in their own homes.

    By leaving a gift in your will to Age UK Dudley, you’ll help us be here for people 

    Leave a legacy 

  • Support our shops

    Money raised from our shops supports all our services, so why not bag a bargain or donate something you no longer need? 

    We now have two shops one Stourbridge and one in Sedgley.

    You can make donations at the shop Monday to Saturday 9.30am to 4.00pm.  Thank you.

    Find our shops 

What your donation could do

  • £5

    could pay for a volunteer befriender’s expenses to visit and support a lonely older person for an hour at home

  • £13

    could pay for an older person to socialise and enjoy a hot meal.

  • £25

    could pay for an older person to receive information, advice and guidance on important matters that are impacting on their lives