Friends of Dundee Age Concern: A group dedicated to supporting the work of Dundee Age Concern by engaging in activities and planning events.
Volunteers: Volunteers are actively involved in supporting the day to day work of the day centre. For detailed information contact Patrick Delargy 01382-825624
Board Member: Board members may have a wide range of experience and knowledge and with their colleagues contribute to the running of the organisation. If you are interested contact Patrick Delargy 01382-825624
Donations and Fundraising: Dundee Age Concern, an entirely self-funding charity, relies on donations and regular fundraising activities to support it's work. We offer a service to vulnerable older people from across the city and Broughty Ferry area and hope to continue to gain the support of local businesses and trusts. Without such support we would be unable to offer our service. If you feel you can contribute please contact Patrick Delargy 01382-825624
Some Examples of Fundraising and Donations below
We are hugely grateful for all the donations we receive - however small or big.
Dundee Marks and Spencers charity of the year 2015 raised £2000 for Dundee Age Concern.
TSB staff members completed a fun run on our behalf and had a bake sale resulting in cheques to DAC for £425 and £100. Thanks to Both Ann Rossburgh (TSB) and Pat McPhee (DAC staff) who completed the walk . Thank you to TSB staff & customers. Sensory garden came about because of a donation from T.S.B.
The Brook Centre, Broughty Ferry held a coffee morning, Sat 19 Sep 2015 raised £370.41.
St Pius Church, Douglas & Angus held a Bingo Evening (23 Oct 15) raised £180.82
The NICOLL Charitable Foundation donated money for the new security entry system and storage cupboards
Dundee United FC can collection Sat 12 Dec, 2015 raised £528