Liverpool Cares are continuing to connect younger and older neighbours for conversation, company and companionship during lockdown through their free, Virtual Social Clubs program.
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Referral Form for over 65’s
Just a quick reminder that you can refer older neighbours to any of our programmes. You can refer yourself or another in just a few minutes, by going to the link below and filling out the
When making a referral please give us as much information as you can- this really helps our team to know what programmes are the right fit when we give older neighbours a call.
We are also providing support to older neighbours to help get them set up on Zoom, so that they can join in with our Virtual Social Clubs. If you know someone who would like some support getting set up then please tick the ‘technology support’
option on our referral page- we’ll do the rest.
Sign up to receive the monthly Community Partners email
If you work in the community, in health and social care, art and culture, education or at a local business (big or small) and would like to find out more about Liverpool Cares, then sign up to receive the monthly Community Partners email.
It’s a great way to stay connected via news stories and blogs and includes downloadable links to the free Virtual Social Clubs program and #AloneTogether activities
running each month for over 65s.
To find out more, pop an email over to
firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call on 0151 659 1789
Liverpool Cares November 2020 Virtual Social Clubs (pdf file)
Virtual and Phone-in Social Club – Book Club on Zoom – Mon Nov 30th: 6:30pm – 8:00pm
To celebrate the launch of Barack Obama ’s new book A Promised Land, the lovely people at Penguin will be talking us through some of the important themes his book explores. There are 10 spaces available, and we’ll be posting out books to all those who are
attending. You can also dial into this club if you don’t have the internet and join in over the phone. So please give us a call before the 20 th of November to let us know if you’d like to take part, be entered into a lottery and to confirm your address for
book delivery if you’re lucky enough to get a slot. Please also note that we’ll be doing some filming during the club, to help spread the word about our activities.
Throughout the year, we work with local partners across the public, private and community sectors, to place ourselves in places that encounter older neighbours at risk of isolation all the time – including chemists, GP surgeries, pubs, betting shops, and
local estates and TRAs.
If you’re over 65 and would like to get involved with our programmes, or would like to make a referral on behalf of someone over 65, please follow this link
Love Your Neighbour
The Love Your Neighbour programme aims to introduce younger and older neighbours across the city to spend time together one-on-one and enjoy company and conversation. We match up people based on proximity, and try our hardest to bring people together based
on mutual interests to create genuine, long lasting friendships.
With Love Your Neighbour, our volunteers cannot help with practical tasks such as cooking, cleaning or attending doctor’s appointments.
Please fill out the online form and one of the team will be in touch.
- How can I access this service?
- You can sign up from our website, or call Abbie on the number in the contact box to find out more, or to book your place. If you are in your 20s or 30s and wish to volunteer, visit the website (link above) and fill in and submit the form
- When is this service open?
- General enquiries are answered Monday – Friday 9am-6pm.
- How much will it cost me?
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- What areas of the city is this for?
- People from anywhere in the city
- Abbie - Social Club
- 0151 659 1789
- Jess - Love Your Neighbour programme