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We're a local independent charity working in the community to support older people, their families and carers. We want everyone to be able to love later life.

Where you can find us

Our main office is based at 9 Napier Court, Barton Lane, Abingdon and we have two charity shops in Oxford city.

Visit our contact us page

Visit our charity shops page

How we are funded

We rely on your support to keep serving the community. We are supported by donations from the public, income from our charity shops, and some charitable grants.

What we stand for: Enabling older people across the county to love later life

Age UK Oxfordshire is an independent local charity. We have 180 dedicated staff and over 500 volunteers helping us to deliver services and activities for older people in Oxfordshire.

Our mission:

We work within communities to support older people to stay independent and live life to the full

Our vision:

We are working for a world where those we serve are loving life

Our values:

  • Caring
  • Hearing-your life, your way / nothing about you without you
  • Passionate for better
  • Empowering -your life, your way
  • Always one team

We are always striving to do better

If you have a comment, suggestion or need to make a complaint please email directly to Kerry Tuson, Executive Assistant at kerrytuson@ageukoxfordshire.org.uk or if you would like to view our Comments, Suggestions or Complaints Policy click here. 

Meet our people

What we do

  • We give advice

    Our trained advisors offer free information and advice to older people and their families. In 2017 our advisers helped local older people to claim over £1.9m that they were entitled to.

  • We offer home help

    Home support services help our clients with shopping, cleaning, companionship, appointments, hobbies and light gardening. We currently support over 900 older people to stay independent in their own homes.

  • We befriend

    Our volunteer telephone befrienders made over 15,600 calls in 2017 to over 300 older people who would otherwise be alone.

  • We provide activities

    We provide a wide range of  activities and  groups and events, such as lunch clubs and exercise classes, giving older people the opportunity to keep fit, socialise, or learn a new skill.