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  1. Silver Line Telephone Friends

    From: The Silver Line

    If callers would like to be put in touch with a Silver Line Friend, they can enjoy a regular weekly friendship telephone call. Silver Line Friends are volunteers who have contacted The Silver Line because they enjoy talking to older people.  Calls are...

  2. Befriending Service

    From: Henna Asian Women's Group

    FEELING LONELY? NO-ONE TO TALK TO? Are you Over 75? DO YOU WANT TO MAKE NEW FRIENDS? Asian Female or Male If you are experiencing loneliness and find it hard to get out, Henna’s Volunteer Befriending Scheme may be for you. We provide Befriending service...

  3. Contact the Elderly

    Supported by a network of volunteers, Contact the Elderly organises monthly Sunday afternoon tea parties for small groups of older people aged 75 and over, who live alone, offering a regular and vital friendship link every month. Care, conversation and...

  4. LGBT* Befriending Service

    From: Opening Doors London

    Maybe you’re feeling a little lonely? Can’t get out so easily anymore? Need assistance socialising? Do you miss a good chat with your cup of tea? The aim of our Befriending Service is to help Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender people aged 50+ reconnect...

  5. Marie Curie Helper service

    From: Marie Curie Hospice Hampstead

    It’s important to get the right care if you’re living with a terminal illness; but it’s also crucial to get the right support network in place for you and your family. Our Helper service can offer you regular support in your home from a trained volunteer....

  6. Silver Letters

    From: The Silver Line

    We created the Silver Letters scheme for people who are hearing impaired, and would like a Silver Line Friend, as well as those who just prefer the written word. Silver Letters are a regular exchange of correspondence between an older person and a Silver...

  7. Kith and Kids

    Kith and Kids is an organisation which provides a variety of volunteer-supported projects and services to families living with disability. These include social development projects, weekend clubs, a residential summer camp, long term friendship scheme,...

  8. Regular calls and visits

    From: Independent Age

    It can be hard keeping in contact with people as time goes by, especially if you’ve lost close friends or family, or your health isn’t what it used to be. A regular telephone call or visit from an Independent Age volunteer can make all the difference...

  9. Coach runs

    From: Goodgym

    Over a million older people in the UK are always or often lonely, some go for months without seeing friends or family. Visiting an older person as part of your weekly run can make a huge difference to their life. Increase your motivation to exercise Make...

  10. AKT

    The Albert Kennedy Trust are a charity that works with lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered young people that are homeless or living in a hostile environment. The charity provide supported lodgings, mentoring (accredited with Mentoring and Befriending...

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