A campaign to expand its activities and services in the community and attract more support and donations from local businesses has been launched by Age Concern Woking. The charity is also looking to recruit more volunteers who can commit to providing at least one hour a week of their time to meet a growing need […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Would you like to become involved with Age Concern Woking? We are currently looking for potential trustees with skills that they could bring to our existing board. The Board meets between 4 and 6 times a year and would welcome new trustees to become involved in fundraising, publicity and awareness campaigns etc. If you feel […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
We would like to sincerely thank Woking Lions for their very kind donation of a much needed new laptop for use in our offices. We received similar support from the Lions when Age Concern Woking was first formed – almost 11 years ago! Throughout this period the Lions have provided Christmas hampers to our more […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
In the light of recent adverse press comments about the commercial activities of Age UK and its associates, Age Concern Woking would like to reassure its clients, volunteers and supporters that all of Age Concern Woking services will continue to be provided free of charge to all clients. Where a client requires third party commercial […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
At our Trustees meeting on 26th November 2015, we sadly said good bye to Sue Curry our Chairman and welcomed on board several new Trustees. The following people were elected as Trustees: Clare Lawrance, Claire Hart, Mark Richmond and Simon Whittingham. Also at the meeting, Richard Twydell was elected Chairman and Simon Whittingham was elected […]Continue Reading... No Comments.