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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.

  • Loneliness

    Most of us will feel lonely at some point in our lifetime. For some, loneliness can define our lives and have a significant impact on our wellbeing.

    We can help you feel less alone. 

  • Our Campaign

    No One Should Have No One.

    With your support, we can keep working to make sure that no one has no one to turn to as they get older.

     Find out more

  • Tackling Loneliness Locally

    Thousands of people rely on Age UK Isle of Wight every year, and we can only be there with your support.

    You could help us be there to answer the next call.

How can you help AgeUK IW?

  • Volunteer

    Becoming a befriender to someone who has no one to turn to, either over the phone or by visiting someone in your local area.

    You can help by donating as little as an hour of your time.

  • Donate

    We rely on your support to keep helping older people on the Isle of Wight.

    Any donation, no matter how much, is greatly appreciated and will help us to continue to make a difference. 

  • Fundraise

    From collecting your spare change to taking part in a sponsored walk or run or even skydive, we have loads of fundraising ideas and events for people who want to help whilst having some fun.

  • Knit

    Knitting could help us to be there for those that need us the most. 

    We get 25p per knitted hat through the Big Knit campaign run with innocent smoothies. Find out about out knitting packs today!

 

Give a gift to an older isolated Island resident  this year Find Out More

 

Our No One Should Have No One campaign is kindly supported by 

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