As a local charity delivering services in Suffolk, we rely on your donations to help continue our work.
Gifts of any size are warmly welcomed and appreciated and will be used to support older people in Suffolk.
Why make a donation to Age UK Suffolk?
Each year we support over 21,000 people living in Suffolk aged over 65 years. Currently only 45% of our income comes from statutory sources, we have to generate the remaining 55% ourselves.
1 in 10 lonely older people in Suffolk don’t have a meaningful conversation with a friend or family member in a month – that’s 15,000 people in Suffolk, or an average of 10 people per square mile.
Our services help to combat loneliness, enable people to remain living independently at home and offer them someone to talk to and somewhere to go so they never have to feel alone.
£10 could help an older person to remain living independently through a one hour meeting with a trained advisor.
£30 could pay for benefits advice that helps older people receive their financial entitlement, improving their quality of life and meet the cost of living.
£50 could fund a year’s telephone befriending providing friendship and support for an older person who feels lonely or isolated.
Other ways to donate
- Donations in memory of a loved one - We can provide envelopes for funeral or memorial service.
- Regular giving is important to help us fund our services for older people. For information about setting up a standing order, please download our standing order form
- Make a donation online - You can make an instant online donation using Justgiving or Virgin Money Giving.
- Postal donations - Donations should be made payable to Age UK Suffolk and sent to:Age UK Suffolk, 14 Hill View Business Park, Old Ipswich Road, Claydon, Ipswich, IP6 OAJ
For more information please contact:
Jo Reeder - Head of Marketing & Fundraising
Phone: 01473 353071 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org