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An established elderly and disability charity in Greater London

The Elderly & Disabled Charitable Trust UK is a charity dedicated to supporting older and disabled individuals throughout the city. See what we're all about and get in touch to learn more or to seek out our support.

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.

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 the members of the socially and economically disadvantaged community in such a way, 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, assisting them to integrate into society.

To promote for the benefit of the public the conservation protection and improvement of the physical and natural environment, 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 the promotion of sustainable means of achieving economic growth and regeneration.

To promote social inclusion for the public benefit by working with people in Surrounding areas of NW10, such as 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. 

  Our core values are:

  • To promote wellbeing

  • To strive for excellence

  • To treat people fairly and with respect

  • To keep volunteers and individuals safe

For older people over the age of 65 who may have mobility problems or living alone in particular isolated areas with limited or no transport. Pick up and drop off service available.

Based in the Greater London area, our team works with people from across the city.




  We are joining forces to deliver public services.

  • Sharing knowledge, skills & information

  • Sharing office space & equipment to save money

  • Improving the quality of service we can offer

  • Joint training events for trustees and volunteers and the community

  • Being able to help more beneficiaries - e.g. joint fundraising ventures

. The charity aims to work towards seeking and helping those in the community who may have no one else or feel, lonely and isolated

We intend to open on a Wednesday, as during our research period more than 30 people opted for a Wednesday which they felt was suitable

People over 65 years are welcome to come along and join in the activities such as  Ludo, Bingo, Craft, Indoor Gardening, TV & much more.

We provide a pickup and drop off service free of charge to our beneficiaries.

We will create a mutually beneficial relationships and unlock new networking opportunities.


The Food Bank aims to address the critical issue arising from the cost-of-living crisis, pet food insecurity, by providing free pet food and supplies to low income individuals and the elderly who are struggling to afford proper nutrition for their beloved pets. Mission & Vision:

The food pet bank's mission is to ensure that no pets go hungry by providing access to nutritious pet food and supplies, fostering the well-being and happiness of pets, and supporting the human-animal bond. Our vision is to create a community where all pets receive adequate food and care.

Target Market

Our food bank will primarily target the elderly people who live alone with their pets., individuals, who own pets who are struggling to afford pet food. We will collaborate with the local social services, outreach, to identify and reach out to those in need. No referral, is necessary, we operate a mobile service only. Please call for more information.

Animals play an important role in the lives of older people. They can be a source of constancy and care. For many elders, walking, grooming, feeding and playing with their pets can bring a sense of empowerment and an opportunity for an older person still to be a caring and nurturing role. Research has found that older peoples interactions with companion animals can increase attentiveness to own self care needs. 

* Increase nutritional intake 

* Increase perception of wellbeing 

* Reduce GP appointments

* Reduce blood pressure

* Reduce verbal aggression and anxiety for people with Alzheimers

Our charity believes that pets are a real joy that's why we would like to set up a community pet bank to assist our residents who have animals

What we do

What we do

Our volunteers provide a range of services, including companionship, community gatherings, and transport to local activities.

Get in touch

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

Let us know what you think

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

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