Campaigning

Welcome to the Campaigns Hub! Find out all about Age UK’s current campaigns below, including how you can get involved!

It Doesn’t Add Up Campaign

Following on from the rise in energy bills, the continuing rise in the cost of living will leave millions of people unable to make ends meet. Formerly known as “Cost of Cold”, our “It Doesn’t Add Up” Campaign aims to keep the pressure on the Government to provide extra support to those who will struggle with the cost of living, ahead of the next energy price cap rise in the autumn.

Find out full details below:

Age UK’s Response to the Chancellor’s Spring Statement
2 min read
Age UK’s Charity Director Caroline Abrahams has released a response to the Chancellor’s Spring Statement. Read the response in full and find out the next steps for the Cost of Cold Campaign.
Cost of Cold Campaign | Just one week left to tweet the Chancellor!
3 min read
We’ve launched a social media campaign aimed at the Chancellor to keep the pressure on him ahead of the Spring Statement on March 23rd. Find out how to get involved.
Cost of Cold Campaign | Tweet the Chancellor!
3 min read
We’ve launched a social media campaign aimed at the Chancellor to keep the pressure on him ahead of the Spring Statement in two weeks. Find out how to get involved.

Latest Campaigns News

Take a look at all the latest news and actions you can take on Age UK’s Campaigns:

Digital Exclusion Survey – Blue Badges & Other Council Services
1 min read
Age UK’s Campaigns Team are keen to hear from local Age UKs about the ways that digital methods for accessing local council services are impacting older people.
Age UK Campaigns Calendar – Third Quarter 2022
1 min read
The latest Age UK campaigns calendar is now available! It contains details on the influencing work Age UK will be focusing on in the third quarter of 2022 – including how you can get involved.
Age UK’s Influencing Work During Carers Week and Loneliness Awareness Week 2022
4 min read
With Carers Week and Loneliness Awareness Week both falling in June, here’s a roundup of Age UK’s influencing work across both weeks.
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