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It is through your help that Age UK Richmond has been able to continue its work with older people in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames for a great number of years.  We rely on your support and are grateful for any donation you can make to support our charity.

Ways to Give

  • Leave a gift in your Will

    Leaving a gift in your Will to Age UK Richmond Upon Thames enables us to provide vital services for older people in the Borough of Richmond upon Thames. Every gift in every Will, no matter how large or small, makes a difference.

    Leave a legacy 

  • Donate your time

    If you enjoy working with older people and have some spare time, then you might consider volunteering.  Not only do we benefit greatly from the range of skills our volunteers bring to the charity, volunteering can also help you build a new range of skills, meet new people and gain a real sense of achievement.


  • 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 JustGiving.

    Donate online 

  • Donate by cheque

    You can also donate to us by sending us a cheque to Age UK Richmond upon Thames, The White House Community Centre, 45 The Avenue, Hampton, TW12 3RN. 

    Alternatively, you can pop in to see us as we also accept cash donations.

  • Easyfundraising

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    Become a supporter 

What your donation could do

  • £5

    helps pay for a regular telephone call to a lonely local older person.

  • £10

    helps pay for an IT Tutor so a local older person can learn and develop new digital skills that enhance wellbeing and connectivity.

  • £25

    helps pay for an advisor to do a Welfare Benefit check so an older person can claim extra income to remain independent at home.

  • £50

    helps pay for a keysafe which provides access for essential services to an older person needing help at home after a stay in hospital.