Project information

Recreation Club For the Elderly People

Recreation club for the Old age people where they can have their relaxed time to overcome any odd memories of their life.

May 2014 - May 2015

Charity information: Save the AGE

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  • Need


    Stress among the Old age people.
    a particular place where they can share their ideas and thoughts.


    This project will help the community people to locate a particular place where they can pass their leisure time.

  • Aims

    Aim 1

    Stress reduction and a place for the Old people to start their first step to lice independently.


    » Arranging a safer place for the old people with entertainment facilities to overcome their odd memories in life.

    Atleast 50 Old age people will get a place where they can pass their leisure time.

  • Impact


    Long term changes - Old people will understand that the society/community needs them and they are not alone and isolated.
    A world where older people flourish.


    Medical risk based on the type of needs they (old people) need.

    1 Part-time Volunteers intern doctor/social carer will always be available in the place.


    Through Social Network.
    Postal updates regarding the project.

  • Budget

    Budget - Project Cost: £12,000

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      Amount Heading Description
      £3,600 Rent 12 months rental room for the Old age people where they can pass their leisure time.
      £1,200 Entertainment Material Entertainment materials for the Old age people to be placed at the recreation club.
      £6,000 Salary & Wages Monthly salary for the intern social carer who will be present all the time
      £1,200 Refreshment & contingency Light Tea/coffee arrangement and Contingency cost.
  • Background


    England - London.


    Old Age people from the Community.

  • Why Us?

    Why Us?

    Save the AGE is always concerning about Old age people. So, this charity can be the best to carry out such a project.

    Read more about the Charity running this project.


    Professor Nick Ross