Age at Work, which is jointly led by Age NI and Business in the Community Northern Ireland will support older workers (50+) to remain/return to work in order to help them have enough income, stay connected and have a fuller working life. Read more
We're delighted to announce that First Trust Bank have selected Age NI as their new charity partner.
The bank, who have 15 branches across the country, will support us as part of a two year partnership. Read more
1 in 3 older people in Northern Ireland say they feel lonely
The BBC has announced they will now means test free TV licences from the over-75s. Together, we must demand the Government takes back responsibility for funding free TV licences for everyone over 75.
The Fun Workout Bundle includes both DVD sets from Let's Sit Up for a Fun Workout and Let's Get Down for a Fun Workout.
This adrenaline fuelled event will push your boundaries, challenge your perceptions and make for an unforgettable evening!
There are five Age NI retail stores in Northern Ireland. Shopping with us helps us to create a world where everyone can love later life.
A range of products and services for the over 50s.
By leaving a gift in your will to Age NI, you’ll help us be here for everyone who needs us.
Donald became extremely isolated after his wife passed away. Spending time at an Age NI day centre has helped him to turn his life around. Read his story. Read more
The BBC has announced they will now means test free TV licences from the over-75s. Together, we must demand the Government takes back responsibility for funding free TV licences for everyone over 75. Read more
Sainsbury’s Sprucefield have raised £13,200 for Age NI following a year long charity partnership. Read more
Power NI staff have donated an amazing £2000 worth of stock to Age NI. Read more