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Across the world people are preparing for World Elder Abuse Awareness Day (WEAAD) - will you join them?
On 15th June each year, in each nation of the UK, people come together to send out a clear message. The abuse of older people will not be tolerated. We want an end to the assault, neglect, abuse and intimidation of our older generation.
The message resonates right around the world and does make a difference!
In the UK we have care providers, health providers, council teams, doctors, nurses, solicitors, police and firefighters, schools, colleges, voluntary groups and members of the public, all joining in.
Will you help too?
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
You can use our fundraising page to publicise your event, encourage people to support it, and keep track of your donations.Read more
You can use Facebook and Twitter to tell people about your event, and encourage them to support your event or activity.Read more
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
It's important that whatever you do keeps you and everyone else as safe as possible, and of course that you stay legal too,Read more
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