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

Ways to give

  • Donate by cheque

    If you would like to write us a cheque, please make it payable to 'Age UK Notitngham & Nottinghamshire' and send it to us at our head office. Please enclose your name , address and contact number with the cheque.

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  • Leave a legacy

    Leaving a gift in your Will enables us to provide vital services for older people in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire. Every gift in every Will, no matter how large or small, makes a difference.

    Leave a legacy

Give regularly

Could you commit to supporting Age UK Notts with a monthly donation of any amount? If so, you can set this up via our MyDonate page or by contacting us for a form.

Thank you for your support!

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Other ways to donate

  • Donate in memory

    Pay tribute to the life of a loved one and make their memory last. You can make a donation in their memory by post, by phone or by setting up an online in memory fund.

  • Donate to our Shops

    Our shops are dependent on your generous donation of high quality, unwanted items - spring clean your home and help us!

  • Donate to Men in Sheds

    Our sheds are always in need of unwanted good quality word-working tools, equipment and timber - clear your garden shed or garage and support us!

How your donation makes a difference

  • £5

    could help gain £100 of benefits for an older person, through our benefits advice

  • £10

    could pay for a regular visit to a housebound older person’s home

  • £20

    could pay for a lonely older man to attend two sessions of our Men in Sheds project

  • £90

    could pay for a home visit to carry out an Energy Check for older people who are finding it difficult to keep their homes warm