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Donating doesn't have to cost you a penny, there are many ways to help.

There are ways to donate through shopping online or by knitting for our fundraising campaign 'The Big Knit'.

In these unprecedented times, we rely on your support more than ever to continue to help older people on our Island. 

  • Donate whilst you shop!

    You can support your local charity Age UK Isle of Wight without it costing you a penny when you shop online, many online stores will donate on your behalf!

    Find out where 

  • Fundraise for us

    Whether you want to walk, run, bake, or even jump out of a plane, we have loads of fundraising ideas and events for people who want to help us make a difference.

    Fundraise for us 

Ways to give

  • Make a one-off donation online

    Giving online is simple, easy and safe.

    You can make a one-off donation to support our work through our JustGiving page - Click Donate online below and the click the purple button that says Donate today.

    Donate online 

  • Become a regular giver

    The support we receive from regular gifts is vital to help us continue our work. Making a regular gift, no matter the size, allows us to plan our services, respond to need and helps us to support more local older people to live well, independently. 

    Become a regular giver 

  • Leave a gift in your will

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

    Leave a gift in your will 

  • Donate in Memory

    Many people would like to donate in memory of a loved one and at Age UK Isle of Wight, this can be a way to commemorate someone’s life whilst enabling us to continue to positively change older Islander’s lives.

    Donate in Memory