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We rely on your support to help older people in Manchester. There are many ways you can donate to us.

Ways to give

  • Donate online

    Giving online is quick and easy. You can make a one-off donation or a regular monthly donation to support our work through our Virgin Money Giving page.

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    Donate online

    Give monthly

  • Donate by cheque

    Drop in a cash or cheque donation to any of our charity shops, or post us a Cheque made payable to Age UK Manchester:

    Age UK Manchester
    20 St Ann's Square,
    Manchester M2 7HG

    Don't forget to include a GiftAid form, which you can find below.

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  • Leave a legacy

    Leaving a gift in your Will enables us to provide vital services for older people in Manchester. 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 Manchester, so why not bag a bargain or donate something you no longer need?

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If you pay tax at the standard rate or above, you can increase the value of your donation to us by printing off the GiftAid form below and sending it in with your cheque or postal order. It will not affect the amount of tax you pay, it just means we can claim an extra 25 pence from the government for every pound you donate. Higher  Rate Taxpayers can reclaim as much as £37.50 for every £100 donated.

Gift aid

Find out more about GiftAid

  • Play The Weather Lottery

    Join the Age UK Manchester lottery and win up to £25,000!

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  • Shop online

    Support us for free when you shop online at over 4,200 stores using Give as you Live

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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.

  • £20

    pays for equipment and transport for our home help volunteers to support older people with household tasks.

  • £35

    pays for daily fuel for our bus to help 20 older people who can't easily get out and about to visit our day centre.