No One Should Have No One
Before the outbreak of coronavirus, we were already facing a loneliness epidemic amongst older people. But as a result of the pandemic, this crisis has intensified.
We have pulled together information about what services local Island banks are providing to enable you to access your money.
The internet can seem complicated, but our step-by-step guides can help you make sense of it all and give you access to services you need throughout lockdown.
We have pulled together information about what local Island supermarkets options are available to enable you to get your food shopping.
Age UK Isle of Wight, Nosy Marketing EV Express and Wightfibre have joined forces to help enable care home residents and those in hospital reasons to contact friends and family
For all of those jobs around the house you’ve been meaning to do, let our experienced, reliable and trusted tradespeople do the work.
Our Home Safe Service is offering free assessments and home energy efficiency equipment to help you reduce your fuel bills this Winter.
You can support Age UK Isle of Wight from the comfort of your own home, See our Virtual Fundraising pack or join one of our future events to raise vital funds. We have many different opportunities available for those who want to help. Every penny we receive, stays on the Island, used solely for the benefit of local residents.
In these challenging times, lots of people have been asking us how they can support older people who are staying at home. We are so grateful for all of the offers of support received. We have been overwhelmed by the number of applications and have currently halted this process, you can however take part in neighbourly volunteering.
Donating doesn't have to cost you a penny, there are many ways to help. There are ways to donate through shopping online, joining in on our virtual pub quizzes, or by knitting for our fundraising campaign 'The Big Knit'. In this is a difficult time, we rely on your support more than ever to continue to help older people on our Island.
A partnership with us can be beneficial for your business by helping you meet your corporate social responsibility objectives. It's a great way to motivate employees, gain insight into the over-50s market, get some great PR and help Age UK Isle of Wight to support vulnerable people in the local community.
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Age UK Isle of Wight is committed to the ongoing development of quality assurance management in all parts of our organisation. We are proud to have achieved the following quality standards:
Age UK Isle of Wight has achieved the Age UK Charity Quality Standard (CQS). The CQS is externally assessed by quality assessment experts, SGS.
We are registered with the Fundraising Regulator and are committed to good fundraising practice.