I Promise

I Promise is our campaign for organisations or individuals to make a commitment to protect older people from abuseRead more

Our policies

The charity has adopted a view on a range of topics that directly or indirectly impact on elder abuse.Read more

Breaking news

If you want the latest stories, the most up to date news release, all of it hot off the press, then this is where you need to look. We regularly update this section with what we think matters..Read more

"The Tully costs £2 now you know!"

An example of how older people can be taken advantage of by another family member and, due to loyalty, not consider that they are being abusedRead more

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Mae gan AEA ystod o adnoddau ar gamdriniaeth pobl hŷn a allai fod o ddefnydd i chiRead more

Time for Action

Time for Action is a flexible training DVD narrated by Tony Robinson, designed for people who need to know about elder abuse – what it is, what are the signs, and what to do about it when it occurs.Read more

Paying in your money

When it's all over, and you've succeeded in achieving your goal you can transfer the money to AEA in a variety of different waysRead more

Online fundraising

You can use our fundraising page to publicise your event, encourage people to support it, and keep track of your donations.Read more

Using Social Media

You can use Facebook and Twitter to tell people about your event, and encourage them to support your event or activity.Read more

Gift Aid

If you are a taxpayer in the UK then you may be able to gift aid your donation, and increase its value at no cost to you.Read more

Planning to fundraise

A good fundraising event starts with the planning, and the sooner you start thinking about it, the quicker you can get goingRead more

Fundraising Ideas

Here are some fundraising ideas to get you thinking. Everybody's different so choose something that suits you.Read more

How to set up a fundraising page

It is easy to get started with our Fundraising Pages, setting up your own unique page for your event.Read more

Why fundraise for us?

Because you can help us protect older people from abuse, neglect and crimes that too often go unpunished. The impact of abuse on an older person is profound. It can leave them traumatised, and it can end their life prematurely. We have to change this.Read more

EARS Administrative Volunteer

To be the first point of contact for the Elder Abuse Recovery service in Streatham (South London), Essex, East Sussex and/or Brighton, providing general admin assistance.Read more

EARS Phone Support Volunteer

To provide telephone support to help victims through the trauma of elder abuse onto a pathway of recovery, in Streatham (South London), Essex, East Sussex and/or BrightonRead more

EARS Outreach Volunteer

Help elder clients through the trauma of elder abuse in Streatham (South London), Essex, East Sussex and/or Brighton, building a friendship based on trust and respect.Read more

Awareness raising volunteer

Could you spare a few hours each week to raise awareness of elder abuse, by distributing leaflets and posters in your local area? Your involvement can be as flexible as you want.Read more

Research Volunteer

Action on Elder Abuse use research to help our policy and campaign work. Would you have some spare time and access to a computer to help us.Read more

Contact Us - General

For all general enquiries about our work, our events or our products, call our main switchboard on 020 8835 9280. We are here to help, so just ask. We are open Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm.Read more

Contact Us - Media

Undertaking reporting in this area can be complicated so it is important that you speak to the only specialist charity in the UK covering this subject. Call our specialist Media team at Journalista on 0203 637 5499 or email [email protected]Read more

Contact Us - Helpline

If you want information, advice and support about abuse, neglect or financial exploitation, then contact our helpline on 080 8808 8141. The helpline is available Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm and will not show up on your phone bill.Read more