Registered Charity Information
Registered Charity Information

The Elderly & Disabled Charitable Trust UK
Supporting You, One Step at a Time


We Support London Seniors, With Our Dedicated Charity for Individuals Over 65 & their Families Who Live with Them

At The Elderly & Disabled Charitable Trust UK, we are dedicated to improving the lives of older people through companionship, assistance, and community engagement.

Join us in making a difference in the lives of our older people by providing essential support and a sense of belonging.

Together, we can ensure our elderly thrive and lead fulfilling lives in their golden years.

Our Core Values

To Promote Wellbeing
To Strive for Excellence
To Treat People Fairly & With Respect
To Keep Volunteers & Individuals Safe

Supporting the social needs of older and vulnerable people

Established in 2019, The Elderly & Disabled Charitable Trust UK was set up to help older and disabled people in the London area.


Our Mission Statement

“We aim to tackle loneliness and isolation, regardless of ethnicity or background, by providing companionship, transport, community activities, and advice.

To develop the capacity and skills of members of socially and economically disadvantaged communities in such a way that they are able to identify and help meet their needs, and to participate more fully in society.

To promote social inclusion for the public benefit by preventing people from becoming socially excluded, relieving the needs of such people, and assisting them to integrate into society.

To promote the conservation, protection, and improvement of the physical and natural environment for the benefit of the public by promoting biological diversity.

To advance the education of the older community in the conservation, protection, and improvement of the physical and natural environment.

To promote sustainable development for the benefit of the community by encouraging sustainable means of achieving economic growth and regeneration.

To promote social inclusion for the public benefit by working with people in the surrounding areas of NW10, such as the elderly ethnic community, who are socially excluded on the grounds of age and beliefs, and to relieve the needs of such people through assisted integration.”

Recent News

Hanworth Community Cafe Collaboration

Our charity is collaborating with the Hanworth Community Larder & Café, a local organisation based in TW13 that serves the community through weekly cafes and a hygiene and food bank, in partnership with Hanworth Methodist and Hanworth Community Seventh-day Adventist Church.

By partnering with the café, our charity can extend its reach and provide additional resources and support to the community.


Food Bank For The Elderly & Their Pets

The Food Bank addresses the cost-of-living crisis by providing free pet food and supplies to low-income individuals and the elderly, ensuring pets receive proper nutrition.

Our mission is to prevent pet hunger, support the well-being and happiness of pets, and strengthen the human-animal bond. Our vision is a community where all pets receive adequate food and care.

Animals play a vital role in the lives of older people, offering constancy and care. Activities like walking, grooming, feeding, and playing with pets empower elders, allowing them to remain nurturing. Research shows that interactions with pets can improve self-care, increase nutritional intake, enhance well-being, reduce GP visits, lower blood pressure, and decrease anxiety and aggression in people with Alzheimer’s.

We have adopted cat who has had kittens

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What We Do

Our volunteers offer a variety of services, including companionship, organising community gatherings, and providing transport to local activities.


Get in Touch

Whether you want to enquire about our services or want to donate or volunteer, we’re only an email or phone call away.


Let Us Know What You Think

If we have made a difference in your life, or the life of someone you know, please feel free to leave us a review.