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General enquiries

Call: 0800 032 0699
Email: contact@ageinternational.org.uk
Write to:
 Customer Engagement Team, Age International, Tavis House, 1-6 Tavistock Square, London WC1H 9NA
Online: Get in touch on Facebook or Twitter or LinkedIn

Our telephone lines are open between 8:30am to 5:30pm Monday-Friday. We will endeavour to address enquiries made by telephone and email within 2 working days.

Enquiries made in writing will be acknowledged within 5 working days. If we need to make further investigations, we will confirm that we have received your enquiry and seek to resolve the issue within 20 working days.

To fundraise for us

Call: 020 3033 1617
Email: fundraising@ageinternational.org.uk

Media enquiries

Email: media@ageinternational.org.uk
Telephone:
020 3033 1430
Out-of-hours: 07071 243 243
Senior Media Officer: sara.guy@ageinternational.org.uk  
Telephone: 020 303 31466

Job enquiries

If you are interested in working for Age International, please check here for new jobs. Application forms and full details can be found on the Age UK jobs website.

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