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This article was published on March 26th, 2020
In the current climate, it’s more important than ever before that we support each other, particularly the elderly and the vulnerable, which is why we proud to be an official business supporter of Age UK Cheshire East.
Covid-19 otherwise known as Coronavirus has impacted the nation on an unprecedented level and the charity are doing all they can to support the elderly who are particularly vulnerable at this time.
However, Age UK Cheshire East’s outstanding work within the community began long before the current pandemic.
For those of you who are unfamiliar with Age UK, they are the East Cheshire branch of their parent Age UK, which is a national charity which aims to improve the lives of those who are of an older age. Their vision is to ensure that the county is one where the older people within the community flourish.
They believe that poverty, isolation, loneliness, poor services and inadequate care and support are unacceptable for the elderly in our community and this is a cause that we fully as a firm fully support and believe in.
Age UK Cheshire East also provides information to people, notifying them of their rights and helping them to make the best choices that will benefit them later in life.
The charity also aims to raise as much money as possible to help fund their initiatives and services through a variety of fundraising events and activities
Their 7 core values also mirror our commitment to the communities in which our offices reside and our staff come from.
Age UK Cheshire East’s values are to be:
We’re proud to support such a fantastic charity and we look forward to continuing to build our relationship and working closely with Age UK Cheshire East in the future.
If you would like to learn more about this amazing charity and how you can support the invaluable work that they do click here.
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