to Age UK Wakefield District. Thank you for visiting our site. Our aim is to always make living for the over 50s in Wakefield District a positive and, wherever possible, enjoyable experience.
Keep up to date with our planned events, new services on offer, and information about how we're campaigning within Wakefield District to improve older people's lives.
So grab your needles and your brightest yarn and get knitting for Age UK Wakefield District, to help us be there for older people who have no one else to turn to.
Age UK Wakefield District’s new Peace of Mind Service supports people aged 50 and over who are anxious about returning home after a stay in hospital.
Volunteering is a fulfilling, satisfying and creative experience. You can help to meet the needs of older people by volunteering to support the services we provide.
Please help support Age UK Wakefield District by shopping online. Every time you shop, you’ll raise a free donation for Age UK Wakefield District.
Looking to bag a bargain, declutter your life, or volunteer? You can do all this at our charity shops. We currently have two very nice charity shops in Wakefield Town Centre and Horbury Town Centre
Following on from the successful 'Finding Friends' event, Age UK Wakefield District, is supporting The Ridings Wakefield, in a monthly meet-up event, promoting friendship and community.
Our Social Inclusion Groups are for individuals who are socially isolated or cannot get out due to poor mobility. The groups meet for a chat, enjoy activities and to have access to information and support.
Would you like to work at Age UK Wakefield District?
Our quality marks
Age UK Wakefield District has achieved the Age UK Charity Quality Standard (CQS). The CQS is externally assessed by quality assessment experts, SGS.