A big thank you to Horowhenua District Council for their media release in support of our ‘Light up loneliness’ campaign. Find out about how the council is supporting work to end loneliness for older and younger people in their community.
Margaret Curnow, 71, has friends who have moved into retirement facilities and remain out, especially in Auckland. But she also has friends who hide their sexuality, and that’s something she fears.
The Student Volunteer Army is short of volunteers in Auckland, and need your help to deliver food packages over this weekend.
Online arts programming has been helping older people in Newfoundland and Labrador to stay connected during the pandemic.
Rick Johnston (left) and Denis White have been friends for nearly two years, connecting through Age Concern Wellington’s visiting service.
An article in The Conversation discusses the risks and benefits of online connection for LGBTQ youth.