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Age Concern Barnstaple & District

Save Age Concern Barnstaple

Age Concern Barnstaple is faced with closure at the end of March 2019 if we do not raise £25,000 by the new year. We work through volunteers to support local older people to preserve their dignity, independence and self esteem.
Charity Registration No: 1015513

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Pictured is the Mayor of Barnstaple, Ian Roome meeting with 92 year old Mr. Ken Breading who is able to live independently in his home with the help of Age Concern volunteer Robin. If it wasn't for the help from Robin and Age Concern Ken would have to leave the home that he has lived in for the last 70 years.

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112

Sam Parkin

1 month ago

Your services are vital and I wish you all the very best xx

£20.00

Anonymous

1 month ago

You do a great job Well done ! Keep going !

£20.00

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D

1 month ago

You do a wonderful job!! Keep going xxx

£10.00

Anonymous

1 month ago

Invest in these support services to avoid people needing more expensive health and social care services. Prevention is better than cure.

£30.00

Anonymous

1 month ago

£15.00

About the charity

Age Concern Barnstaple & District
Age Concern Barnstaple & District

Age Concern Barnstaple & District is concerned for the future of the quality of life of older people in the local community. It is committed to providing services to encourage and support independence, self esteem and dignity, and promoting a positive attitude to ageing.

Charity Registration No: 1015513

http://www.ageconcernbarnstaple.org.uk

Donation summary

Total raised

£27,981.00

Direct Donations

£12,240.00

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£0.00

Offline donations

£15,741.00
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Save Age Concern Barnstaple

Age Concern Barnstaple & District