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1 in 3 older people in Northern Ireland say they feel lonely

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Age NI provides products and services specifically designed to meet the needs of the over 50s.

The Big Knit 2020 -21

Get involved with The Big Knit by knitting little hats for Innocent smoothie bottles!


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Mash Direct Belfast City Marathon 2022

Join over 20,000 runners on the streets of Belfast, in one of Northern Ireland's biggest marathons! Run, walk, or wheel and help raise funds to support Age NI.




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Age NI Stores

There are four Age NI retail stores in Northern Ireland. Shopping with us helps us to create a world where everyone can love later life.



Key Safes

Age NI have carefully selected the highest security mechanical key safes to help you share home access with care providers, emergency services and your loved ones safely and securely.


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A range of products and services for the over 50s.




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    Age NI has joined forces with the Commissioner for Older People NI and other organisations across the UK to call on the Home Secretary, Priti Patel, to extend the deadline for the EU Settlement Scheme. Read more

  • NI Pensioners urged to claim their share of £50m Pension Credit

    Age NI is urging older people here to check their eligibility for Pension Credit as it was revealed that around a third of those eligible in Northern Ireland, almost 31,000 families, are not claiming the payments. Read more

  • Haru - Help and Re-use with Age NI

    Age NI has teamed up with an exciting new online outlet for pre-loved premium brand clothing and accessories. Local company Haru (Help and Re-Use) is a new way for charities to offer high end and sought after branded goods for sale via an online marketplace. Read more

  • Lived Experience Forum 2021

    Older people here have laid out a clear and challenging agenda for change for the Northern Ireland Executive in a report published today by Age NI (8 September 2021). The Lived Experience 2021 Report, from Northern Ireland’s leading charity for older people, says a dramatic shift in policy focus is required - right now - to respond to the needs of today’s older people and our future older generations. Read more

  • Move More Live More

    Northern Ireland’s leading charity for older people, Age NI, has teamed up with the Public Health Agency to launch Move More Live More, aimed at encouraging older people to stay active to stay strong. Read more

  • Keysafes Launch

    No more leaving a key under a plant pot! Age NI is excited to expand its range of independent living products with the launch of its new Keysafes. A keysafe is a simple but smart and secure way to leave your key safely outside your house. Read more

  • Ernie's Story

    66-year-old Ernie came to us last year at the toughest of times. He was feeling very low, isolated and he felt he had nowhere left to turn. Read about how Ernie's life has been turned around since being referred to Age NI. Read more

  • Covid Christmas a Huge Dilemma for Lonely Older People

    One in five older people say they are too worried about Covid to spend Christmas with loved ones. After last year’s Lockdown Christmas, a survey by Age NI reveals that spending Christmas with friends and family is more important than ever before for older people.  75% of those surveyed by the charity agreed this year’s festivities will take on special significance, however the fear of Covid continues to cast a shadow. Read more

  • Healthy Ageing Calendar Gift to 140,000 older people

    The Public Health Agency (PHA), together with charity Age NI, and the Northern Ireland Frailty Network, have launched a major public information initiative targeted specifically at boosting the health and wellbeing of older people in 2022. Read more

  • Joint Statement on Winter Support for Older People

    Winter often brings a number of challenges for older people and as we continue to respond to the Covid-19 pandemic and the emergence of the Omicron variant, this winter is likely to be more difficult than most. As a group of organisations working on behalf of older people, we want to ensure that older people’s needs are considered and not forgotten as decisions are made over the coming weeks and months to respond to the pandemic. Read more

  • Age NI Response to £55m Energy Payment Support Scheme

    Read the Age NI response to the announcement by the Department for Communities of a further £55m Energy Payment Support Scheme. Read more