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We are looking for volunteers to provide short term support to service users aged 60+ who have recently been discharged from hospital, in their own homes or on the telephone.

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  • Volunteering Vacancy

    Published on 01 May 2024 09:26 AM

    Community Support Volunteer Community Support will provide short-term support to Service users aged 60+ who have...

  • Cost of Living Payments

    Published on 18 September 2023 03:49 PM

    If you are 60+ we can help you to understand which cost of living payments you are eligible to receive. Please click...

  • Homeshare Launch

    Published on 11 May 2023 10:02 PM

    Homeshare Service launches across Hillingdon, Harrow and Brent


Making later life better in Hillingdon, Harrow & Brent

Our services

Age UK Hillingdon, Harrow and Brent offers a range of services plus free, independent information and advice on all issues of concern to older people, their families and their carers.

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Age UK Hillingdon, Harrow and Brent would not be able to function without the help of individuals and companies giving their time, skills and/or money to help older people. There are a range of ways you can help, some costing very little, if nothing at all.

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Statement of commitment to the climate emergency

  • We acknowledge that the climate and nature crises have already and will continue to disproportionately affect certain groups, both in the UK and globally
  • We will work towards reducing our carbon emissions, strategizing and acting to support a transition that will help protect the communities and places we work with from further harm.
  • Speak publicly and confidently about the climate, using personal and organisational communications platforms to support campaigns.  
  • Commit to sharing and learning alongside peers in the sector, taking time to review our actions and the changing situation and adapt collectively.
  • Take practical steps within the organisation and networks to understand our emissions and how climate breakdown intersects with our mission and charitable objectives.