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April 30, 2020

Choose Home – Apart We Stand United

Choose Home Campaign

We’re all doing our bit to fight coronavirus. In isolation and lockdown, the world has come together like never before.

Yet some older people are facing these worrying times alone and without the help they need. The Choose Home campaign has launched to raise money for Age UK.

Age UK’s work is vital to support the older members of our communities through this difficult and dangerous period. It has seen an unprecedented increase in the number of vulnerable older people in need of help. They need our support now more than ever and Choose Home is how we can do that.

Choose Home T-shirts

Our friend, Josie Starkie, came to us with this wonderful idea to raise money for Age UK by selling the Choose Home t-shirts and transforming staying at home into a pro-active action against thevirus. And we couldn’t be more excited to get involved with the project.

We put our creative skills to work to produce a website and a variety of social media content. A quick turn around was essential. Age UK is working relentlessly to help older people right now.

The more people we can reach with the #ChooseHome campaign, the more older people we can help to support. Age UK needs £10 million for the Emergency Coronavirus Appeal and 100% of profits from the sale of Choose Home t-shirts go to AgeUK.

Staying home isn’t some passive activity. It is an act of defiance against the pandemic in our midst. It is a display of love for our families, and the world at large. When you #ChooseHome you show you care.

So far, Age UK has supported 22,870 isolated and lonely people through its friendship calls, and 130 local AgeUKs are out there delivering thousands of food parcels and providing other support on a daily basis.

When you buy a Choose Home t-shirt you will help AgeUK continue its vital work. You will help some of your most vulnerable neighbours. You will save lives.

We may be isolated right now, but we are all in this together. We hope that like us you’ll want to take action by choosing to stay at home and supporting #ChooseHome.

Dan Sargent

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