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Age UK Gloucestershire is working throughout the year to provide older people with information and advice about all aspects of later life, as well as opportunities to make new friends, try new activities and keep doing the things they love.

We’re only able to do this vital work because of the generosity of our supporters – we are truly grateful for their support.

Donate today and help Age UK Gloucestershire

While we’re making a very real difference to the lives of older people throughout Gloucestershire, there is so much more we could do. Please help us by making a donation to Age UK Gloucestershire today.

Ways you can donate


Donate online through Just Giving

Donate now

Donate by text.

Enter our unique code AUKG followed by the amount you’d like to donate (up to £20) and text to 70085

For example AUKG10

This will cost the donation amount plus one standard text message added to the monthly phone bill.

Send a cheque

Send a cheque made payable to Age UK Gloucestershire to our office at 26 Station Road, Gloucester GL1 1EW


What your donation buys

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Could pay for phone calls to the Age UK Help Team from two overwhelmed older people, to give them the time and support they need to understand their problems, and plans to solve them.


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Could pay for packs of clear and helpful information to be sent to 5 older people, to help them claim the welfare benefits they are entitled to.


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Could help train a volunteer to support an older person through their first daunting days back home after a stay in hospital.


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Could pay for a Help Team Pop-up Surgery across Gloucestershire to reach more older people close to their homes with information about staying safe and well.


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Could enable 5 older people to attend a Springboard Group to find new purpose and friendship as they face a future after a bereavement.


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Could support the set-up of a new group to give older people the chance to sing, play, act, tackle and enjoy new activities or rediscover old interests