Now more than ever, the government must make sure that emotional support following a bereavement is available to all who need it.
Whether it's information and advice, counselling, support groups or online forums, we want to see a range of emotional support available to people across England. Sign our open letter and join our call to fix bereavement support here.
Reports, publications and case studies
Since May 2020, we have made 277 grants totalling just over £3.3 million across five rounds of funding, supporting many different communities of older people and a wide range of work.
Find reports, publications and case studies from the organisations we have supported here.
Pension Credit provides extra weekly income to people who have reached State Pension age and live on a low income. People who claim may also be entitled to other benefits. Visit our money information pages to find out more.
Since 2019 we've been campaigning for the Government to ensure that everyone who is entitled to Pension Credit receives it. Find out more about our Credit where it's due campaign & how you can help.
Our renewed focus
We're here to challenge ageism and discrimination and tackle the inequalities that exist in older age. We will focus our resources on the critical areas of health and care, loneliness and poverty and concentrate our efforts where we will have the greatest impact and reach.
Key changes in government guidance on COVID-19 and how they might affect your daily life.
On 7 September 2021, the government announced proposed changes to the way that health and social care services will be funded in England. This page gives an overview of the proposals, and how they might affect you.