There are many ways you can get involved, from taking part in a class to supporting the charity through volunteering or a donation. You could make a huge difference to someone’s life just by telling them about Open Age.
Free Open Age Membership
It’s free to become a member of Open Age. You’ll receive newsletters and activity programmes so that you’ll always know what’s going on.
All you need to do to become a member is download and print the Open Age Membership form using the link below, complete it and return it to our Head Office at St Charles Centre for Health & Wellbeing, Exmoor Street, London W10 6DZ.
If you have any questions, please call our Head Office on 020 8962 4141. We will be happy to send you a printed form if you prefer.
Leaving a Gift in Your Will
Open Age is raising awareness of leaving a gift to charity in your will. Legacies are an important way to support Open Age, as they help us to plan so that we can be there in the future for older people who need us. As well as providing for your family, friends and other loved ones in your will, please do consider the possibility of leaving a gift to Open Age.
New Reed Centre!
We are delighted to be working in partnership with Octavia to deliver activities for older people at The Reed, a vibrant new community hub. For more information click here.
Active Westminster Awards 2016
Open Age won 2 awards at the Active Westminster Awards held at Lord’s Cricket Ground. The first award, ‘Physical Activity, Health and Wellbeing Project’ was awarded to Open Age’s Steady and Stable programme. The second award, the most prestigious of all the awards, ‘Outstanding Contribution’ was awarded to Open Age for supporting those over 50 in Westminster into physical activity over the last 10 years.,
Open Age initiatives to combat loneliness features in the New York Times! Click here for the full article.
Campaign to End Loneliness
Open Age are delighted to be a case study in Promising Approaches to Reducing Loneliness and Isolation in Later Life developed by the Campaign to End Loneliness. (Please see page 30).