Age NI

Age NI is the leading charity for older people in Northern Ireland. Our society is ageing. More than 350,000 older people live here today and in the next twenty years, the number of people over 50 will increase by more than 30%.

Our vision is a world where everyone can love later life, and our mission is to help people enjoy a better later life.  We deliver care services, provide advice and advocacy, offer products and services, fundraise and influence our decision-makers to improve later life for us all.

Age NI wants to make people think differently about what it means to get older, because age affects everyone in different ways.

Find out more about our work at www.ageni.org and follow us on facebook www.facebook.com/agenicharity and Twitter @Age_NI for updates.

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Your donation for an E-Card means that an older person will enjoy a happy Christmas Dinner in an Age NI Day Centre. They won't have to skip lunch to heat their home and will be in the company of people who care.

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Age NI and BBC NI are excited to launch 'Playing Our Part' today, our new joint Christmas appeal.

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Short session to review funders perspective on measuring impact of age sector projects with relevant practical case studies and current resources available to support this practice. The event will also feature a Q&A panel with a range of funders.

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A Ballymoney lady who just celebrated her 100th birthday has put the secret of her longevity down to hard work, clean living and taking an interest in those less fortunate than herself.

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Peter Robinson has spoken of the valuable contribution made by the over-65s in the workplace as new figures show a sharp increase in their numbers in recent years.

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Big Lottery Fund are giving away £100,000 in Lottery funding to groups that have changed people’s lives or transformed communities in Northern Ireland.

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Former Ulster and Ireland rugby player Paddy Wallace hopes to inspire fitness enthusiasts to join him in a world record attempt for the most people taking part in a bleep fitness test, on Friday 29 August at The Pavilion Stormont, in support of Age NI.

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'Disappointed' and 'angry' are the words used by Enniskillen lady Pat Kelso to describe how she felt after she was deemed to be clinically unfit to be placed on a fast-tracked waiting list for a hip operation.

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Representatives from Age NI and Age Sector Platform will today meet with Junior Ministers Jonathan Bell and Jennifer McCann to stress the importance of legislation to outlaw age discrimination in areas like healthcare, financial services and retail.

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As the leaders of the political parties begin their next round of meetings community organisations have come together to call on them to finish the job and deliver a working agreement on parades, flags and the past.

More Information

Type of Organisation

VCSE

Company Number

NI071940

NI Charity Number

NI104640

Team

  • Val Gamble
  • Matthew Blain
  • EJ Havlin
  • Katie Johnson
  • Jacqui Corscadden