Cadogan Pier is located in the heart of Chelsea and they believe that the River Thames provides a wonderful opportunity for improved transport links for Chelsea’s and London’s residents and visitors. They have begun a programme of regeneration and investment to ensure the longevity and use of Cadogan Pier can be enjoyed for many generations to come. Cadogan Pier support Age UK Kensington & Chelsea in many of the activities & events that we hold by providing a comfortable venue for Bingo & Afternoon Tea.
The Kensington & Chelsea Foundation raise money and in-kind support for a network of charities and partners that have the skills and expertise to tackle the inequalities and hardships faced by some people in the community.
They are currently supporting Age UK K&C’s activities & events project (specifically activities in the south of the borough). They are also work together with our Information & Advice service on our Winter Warmth campaign.
Resonate Arts produces a pioneering programme of innovative arts based activities and experiences for people living with Dementia in the boroughs of Westminster and Kensington & Chelsea. They work closely with Age UK Kensington & Chelsea to enable a wide number of participants to attend their projects across the arts such as music, visual arts, poetry, dance and performing arts.
Kensington & Chelsea Social Council is the umbrella body organisation that represents and advocates for the voluntary sector in the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea. They are partners with Age UK Kensignton & Chelsea in delivering part of the social prescribing project via My Care My Way. Through My Care My Way, Age UK Kensington & Chelsea provide Escorting; Information & Advice; Chair Based Exercise; Walking Support; and Dementia 1-to-1.
RBKC has been supporting Age UK Kensington & Chelsea for many years by funding many of the services we provide aiming to prevent and fight isolation and improving the general wellbeing of the older residents in the borough.
The funding is crucial to be able to provide those services that enable people to carry on living independently and for as long as possible in the own homes.
Services funded by RBKC are: Dementia 1-to-1 and group activities such as Memory Café, Escorting, Befriending, Escorted Shopping Trips, Simple DIY Service, Chair Based Exercise, Walking Support, Lunch Clubs, Intergenerational Work, Health Talk Promotions and Information & Advice.
Westway Trust have partnered with Age UK Kensington & Chelsea in many different projects, one of the biggest being the Carnival Party taking place this August 2020. This is the second year that this project is taking place, due to its huge success last year, to provide a safe place for older people to enjoy the Notting Hill Carnival. They also support our Activities & Events service by sponsoring our intern to help ensure that we continue to provide a range of events on a regular basis, to provide a safe and welcoming space for older people to engage in the community, especially those who are prone to feeling isolated and alone.
Westway Trust is a charity committed to enhancing the 23 acres of space under the Westway flyover to benefit the local people, making it a great environment to live, work, play and visit. They strive to harness the creativity, heritage and diversity of the area to maintain and improve the places and spaces they look after.
The Gate exists to make international theatre that is representative of diverse local communities – from the people they collaborate with, to the stories they tell – their work investigates what it means to be alive now.
Age UK Kensington & Chelsea is partnering with The Gate Theatre for a new project called The Letters Project where Ten Age UK members will be paired with 10 young associates from The Gate theatre and will get to know each other through the age old art of letter writing.