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

Who we are

Age UK Rotherham is an independent local charity. We've been working in the local community to help older people for 30 years. We have around 35 dedicated staff and many volunteers helping us to deliver services and activities for older people in Rotherham.

Where you can find us

Our main office and Furniture Warehouse are situated on Eastwood Trading Estate, Fitzwilliam Road, Rotherham, S65 1SL.

Visit our contact us page

Visit our 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 retail outlets, and some charitable grants.

Let us know how we are doing

We always welcome feedback that helps us to give the best possible services and support to older people. Information about the ways you can tell us how we’re doing is on our Contact us page

What we do

  • We give information and advice

    Our trained advisors offer free information and advice to older people and their families. In 2020/21 our advisers helped local older people to claim around £2 Million in benefits that they were entitled to.

  • We offer home help

    We offer home support services to help with shopping, cleaning, and other household tasks. We can also help to get you out and about or accompany you to appointments or providing companionship to help you do the things you like to do such as hobbies, crafts, reading or outings.

  • We sell furniture

    We stock a large range of donated furniture and a selection of new decorative items at affordable prices. Pop in and see what we have to offer.

    We also accept donations and are able to collect your unwanted items of furniture.

  • We EngAge with the community

    EngAge Rotherham is an exciting new approach responding to our ageing society. It aims to help people stay connected and engaged within their local communities and Rotherham in general so that they can make the most of later life and have a full role to play in the lives of their families, communities and in the life of our Borough