The Trust will start to fund a selection of charities working to support older people to participate fully in their community, helping them to live happy and more fulfilled lives. It is proactive in approaching charities and, as funds grow, will thoroughly research and select potential beneficiaries who will be invited to apply.
Alzheimer’s Society believes nobody should face dementia alone. The charity provides support, information and tailored services to individuals and their families.
Contact the Elderly is a national charity dedicated to combating loneliness and social isolation amongst older people.
Dementia Adventure is a registered charity that is dedicated to supporting people to live well with dementia and have a sense of adventure in their lives.
Grandparents Plus is the national charity which champions the vital role of grandparents and the wider family in children’s lives.
Magic Me is an arts charity that brings the generations together to build a stronger, safer community.
Food Train aims to help older people to eat well, live well and age well independently in their own homes for as long as they wish and are able.
The Silver Line is the UK’s only free, confidential, 24-hour helpline for lonely and vulnerable older people offering information, friendship and advice and available every single day and night of the year.
Volunteering Matters develops and delivers high impact volunteer-led solutions in response to some of the most difficult challenges facing individuals and their communities today.