Thank you to everyone who makes our work possible – from funders, to local businesses, to partners in the proud local voluntary sector and, most importantly, the older and younger neighbours who share time every day through Liverpool Cares. We're so grateful for your support, especially at this disconnecting time.
Just because we can’t physically be together at the moment, it doesn’t mean we can’t share laughter and friendship with our older neighbours. Download our #AloneTogether activity pack and stay connected this April.
Liverpool Cares is suspending programmes involving older people from March 13th until April 30th, due to the Coronavirus.
Liverpool Cares helps people find connection in times of challenge and change, so we are taking the appropriate steps to protect neighbours and community health.
You can help older and younger neighbours make more connections this March by voting for Liverpool Cares in the Transpennine community fund. Read more to find out how.
As we enter a new year, and a new decade, we’re pleased to offer you all an update on our second Winter Wellbeing project, which helps older neighbours across the city of Liverpool stay warm, active and connected through the coldest months of the year. We’re about halfway through the project now, and though December is behind us we all know that the months ahead are often some of the coldest of the year these days!
2019 was a truly amazing year for Liverpool Cares. Not only did we see the growth of our network to over 700 older and younger neighbours, we felt the overwhelming generosity of the whole community. In our latest blog, Development Coordinator Rachael Forde gives thanks to all those who help Liverpool Cares grow in 2019.