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URGENT APPEAL – We need your help!

To keep our LeicsCovidCare crisis response running we desperately need cash donations which will allow us to purchase essential items for care packages, cover our transport costs to collect and deliver shopping, prescriptions and care packages and help us keep staff in place to man the coronavirus helpline.

To donate as little as £2 per month regularly by standing order, just download and complete our Standing Order form and return it to us. If you would like to increase the value of your donation by 25p for every £1 you donate, please also complete our Gift Aid Declaration form and return it with your Standing Order form.

Download

Standing Order Form   Gift Aid Declaration Form

Ways to give

  • Donate online

    Giving online is quick and easy. You can donate to us using People's Fundraising by clicking here.

    Donate online 

  • Donate by cheque

    If you would like to write us a cheque, please make it payable to Age UK Leicester Shire & Rutland and pop it along to us at one of our shops or our offices.

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  • Leave a legacy

    Leaving a gift in your Will enables us to provide vital services for older people in Leicester Shire & Rutland. Every gift in every Will, no matter how large or small, makes a difference.

    Leave a legacy 

  • Support our shops

    Money raised from our shops supports our vital services in the City, County and Rutland, so why not bag a bargain or donate something you no longer need?

    Find our shops 

What your donation could do

  • £5

    pays for two older people to have a delicious two course meal and a friendly chat at our weekly lunch club.

  • £10

    pays for a trained teacher to run a chair-based exercise class to help older people stay strong and avoid falls.

  • £15

    helps pay for equipment, training and transport for our befrienders who regularly visit and telephone those at risk of becoming isolated. 

  • £35

    pays for daily fuel for one of our buses to help 20 older people who can't easily get out and about to visit one of our day centres.