Tag: Age uk
Charity worker Terrance’s story has been widely spread across the media and social media channels to help promote Age UK’s work providing companionship to older people at Christmas.
A YouTube film has been released to promote the link up that sees the chocolate brand remove words from its products and donate 30p for every bar sold.
The charity is campaigning across social media channels, including Youtube and Twitter, to raise awareness of loneliness among the elderly.
New code aims to answer calls among charities for more help to manage risk, persuade leaders of the importance of digital and to improve staff skills.
High-achievers in UK digital transformation across all sectors and regions are recognised by DL 100 judges – they include a diverse range of charitable organisations.
Age UK research finds ‘mixed’ guidance from councils in England for older people who are not Internet users, calls for legal requirement for authorities to maintain offline access channels and help.