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We support over 17,000 people each year in Lambeth helping to make the second half of life as full, enjoyable and active as possible.  We are grateful for every donation that helps us to continue our work. Your generosity is vital in supporting older people in the local community.

Ways to give

  • Make a one-off donation

    Your donation will help older people in lambeth to live enriched, productive and purposeful lives. Giving online is quick, secure and easy. Click here to donate now!

  • Set up a monthly donation

    Why not set up a monthly donation? Whether you can donate £2 a month or £20, every month you will be helping older people in the Lambeth community and it's completely hassle free. Just fill out the donation form and select 'an ongoing commitment'.


  • Leave a Legacy

    Leaving a gift in your will enables us to continue providing our services for future generations of older people in Lambeth. Click to find out more about how to leave a gift in your will and the potential tax breaks of doing so.

  • Donate in Memory

    Thank you for thinking of donating to Age UK Lambeth at this difficult time. If you would like to discuss your plans or receive donation envelopes for the funeral then please get in touch with us.

What your donation could do

  • £5

    Could pay for our Handyfix team to change a lightbulb to help someone live independently for as long as possible.

  • £15

    Could pay for three birthday treat bags to be sent to some of our more isolated clients, including a birthday cake and a handwritten card so no one feels alone on their special day.

  • £30

    Could pay for our MYadvice team to help someone to complete a benefit's application form to ensure they are not living in poverty.

  • £50

    Could pay for MYsocial members to attend a free exercise class, enabling them to meet new people, to stay active, and to avoid social isolation.