Over its 40 year history, Age Concern Central Lancashire has benefitted from the kindness and generosity of local people, families and communities who have cycled, hiked, climbed and jumped their way towards raising funds for the charity. You name it and the great public of Lancashire have done it! Could you be the next…?
In regards to its fundraising activities, Age Concern Central Lancashire has adopted the Fundraising Regulators core values of Legal, Open, Honest and Respectful and therefore our supporters can be confident they are helping a charity that is not only registered with the regulator but one that adheres to best practice illustrated within the Code of Fundraising Practice.
Your donation will be used to fight back against loneliness and isolation, dementia and other emotional, physical and social wellbeing problems in Lancashire.Learn More
Do Your Own Challenge
People have raised funds for Age Concern in many ways, from cycling mad Grandads riding 315 miles to rollerblading teenagers blazing a trail for the oldies!Learn More
A Gift in Your Will
If you’ve taken a peek at our Will Clinics page, then you’ll already know that having a Will is a savvy move and a good way to plan for the needs of your family and loved ones.Learn More
Support Us with a Big Gift
Age Concern is incredibly grateful for the generosity of its donors, whose help provides vital life support for many of society’s most vulnerable adults.Learn More
Learn more about how you can Gift Aid your pre loved donationsLearn More
Other Ways to Support Us
Play our weekly lottery to support Age Concern and for your chance to win £25,000 in the process.Learn More
From the people who shift socks in our shops to those blazing a trail as trustees they’re absolutely everywhere within the charity. We live and breathe volunteering and love it that way!Learn More
Chorley Building Society
Affinity accounts are an easy way for supporters to raise money for our vital cause without having to spend any money themselves.Learn More
Roger Bessent pedalled 315 miles around the Bay of Biscay, from Bordeaux in France, through the port city of Bilbao, in Spain. The 64 year old who has four grandchildren said, “I am a reasonably keen cyclist and I have done similar challenges before. “It was much tougher than expected. The final two days were hard work as we cycled up steep hills.” The father of two raised £1,500 for Age Concern and added “I chose to raise money for Age Concern as I know one of its fundraisers who works very hard for the charity. It is a great cause and well worth supporting.”