We work with and support a range of other charitable organisations to help deliver the best services,information and advice to our beneficiaries.
If you are from an organisation not featured here and would like to discuss working in partnership with us then please contact Chief Executive David Tickner on 020 8691 7411 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Formerly known as The Civil Service Benevolent Fund, The Charity for Civil Servants supports all civil servants, past and present, throughout their lives, with whatever problems they may have.
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We are pleased to support the Campaign to End Loneliness, who help people to maintain and create personal connections in their later life.
Contact the Elderly organises volunteer led monthly Sunday afternoon tea parties for older people across England, Scotland and Wales..
Education Support Partnership provides support to everyone involved in the education sector (whether training, working or retired).
The Relatives and Residents Association exists for older people needing, or living in, residential care and the families and friends left behind at home.
BT Benevolent Fund serves past and present BT people and their dependents who are suffering financial hardship.
Rowland Hill Fund provides financial and practical support to serving and retired Royal Mail and Post Office employees and their dependents.
The National Health Service Retirement Fellowship is a social, leisure and welfare organisation for retired NHS staff and their partners.
Independent Age provides a whole range of services and support to older people.
The IMB provides lay and independent oversight of prisons and immigration removal centres.
The Carers Trust currently supports our Carers Support Scheme pilot and works to improve support, services and recognition for anyone living with the challenges of caring.
Kent Association for the Blind help to support sight impaired people to live independent lives. They also record the audio edition of our national magazine.
Tax Help for Older People is a charity service from Tax Volunteers that provides free, independent and expert advice and help for older people on lower incomes.
AgeUK is the UK’s largest national charity looking after the needs and requirements of older people and campaigning on issues of importance.
The U3A offers access to over 800 autonomous groups where members can decide what and how they learn.
The Centenary Partnership (led by the Imperial War Museum) has been set up to commemorate the 100th anniversary of World War I.