Support for Age UK Milton Keynes
Published on 18/11/2018

Earlier this year, intu Milton Keynes donated £2,000 to Age UK Milton Keynes to help the charity continue its work in supporting older people across the local area.

Since receiving the valuable funds, Age UK Milton Keynes has purchased several items for its home cleaning service, enabling the team to conduct major home cleans for the people who need it.  These cleaning projects are often brought to the charity’s attention when a person is taken ill, goes into hospital and needs help to enable them to return home safely.  Requests can also come from Adult Social Care, older people themselves or family members who do not live near enough to be able to help.

Kim Bond, Age UK Milton Keynes’ Home Support Co-ordinator said: “Age UK Milton Keynes has had a light housework and shopping service for over 15 years but recently we have received requests for more major cleaning jobs or spring cleans.  In response to these requests we have been piloting a new initiative.  We have the staff, we have the skills but we needed the appropriate equipment. Now we have that we have been able to tackle a number of major cleaning projects efficiently and effectively.”

The grant was awarded as part of intu’s long-term commitment to the communities served by all its centres.  intu Milton Keynes asked local charities to apply for the grant, applications were considered and Age UK Milton Keynes was chosen as the worthy beneficiary.

Kirsty McGiff, marketing manager for intu Milton Keynes, said:  “We’re delighted that the grant has enabled Age UK Milton Keynes to purchase this vital equipment so that they can continue to expand their cleaning services.  They provide truly valuable support for older people who need a little extra help and we’re so pleased to have been a part of that.”

Age UK Milton Keynes’ mission is to help keep older people independent, and allow them to live happily and healthily in their own home for as long as they wish.

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