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Contact the Elderly chosen for The Times Christmas Appeal

Contact the Elderly chosen for The Times Christmas Appeal
NOV
27
Contact the Elderly is thrilled to have been selected as one of four charities to benefit from The Times Christmas Appeal 2015. From the many charities that applied for the appeal,
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GP tea party groups praised at Care England conference

GP tea party groups praised at Care England conference
NOV
16
Contact the Elderly's GP initiative has been recognised by Care England as a solution to combating loneliness amongst older people.  Thanks to the launching of several new tea party groups in
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Enjoy a cup of Charitea

Enjoy a cup of Charitea
NOV
04
Contact the Elderly is thrilled to announce the launch of a new 'Charitea' blend by charity partner We Are Tea. With 100% of profit going directly towards our work.  Now, simply by sipping on
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Our reaction to Age UK announcement that 1.4 million older people don't receive the care they need

Our reaction to Age UK announcement that 1.4 million older people don't receive the care they need

Our reaction to Age UK's report released today revealing that 1.4 million over 65s don’t have the support they need:   Contact the Elderly’s CEO Meryl Davies commented:   “This research by Age UK reflects
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Our response to the appointment of the new Minister for Loneliness

Our response to the appointment of the new Minister for Loneliness

"At Contact the Elderly we  are delighted that Mims Davies MP is now the Minister for Loneliness. Millions of older people are affected by loneliness, and our work with the
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A new play exploring loneliness arrives in London

A new play exploring loneliness arrives in London

The team behind a new play exploring loneliness and friendship, which opened in London last week, has joined forces with Contact the Elderly to raise awareness of older people suffering
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