Find out how you or your organisation can improve the quality of life of those experiencing loneliness in different ways by selecting one of the options below:

Inspiring individuals

We run a monthly webinar called ‘Power of One’ which provides hints, tips and short case studies for individuals to use in their day to day lives.

Equipping volunteers

We run regular online and face to face training for volunteers engaging in activities such as lunch clubs, community cafes, and drop-in groups.

Supporting churches

We support churches to create local befriending schemes in which volunteers visit or telephone those facing loneliness or social isolation


Find out more about our local work and Linking Lives UK  

We’re looking for trustees!

We’re looking for trustees!

o you have a passion to reduce loneliness and social isolation among older people? Do you have experience or skills which could be applied to a charity making a difference across the UK? This role could be for you……… Linking Lives UK are looking for trustees including...

9 Strategies for Overcoming Loneliness

9 Strategies for Overcoming Loneliness

In my previous blog, Identifying loneliness: 7 signs to look out for, I unpacked some of the most common physical and mental symptoms we can experience when feelings of loneliness persist. In this blog I will be suggesting 9 practical strategies to overcome it. 1....

Identifying Loneliness: 7 Signs To Look Out For

Identifying Loneliness: 7 Signs To Look Out For

We can all feel lonely at times. It’s part and parcel of being human. No matter our age, background, ethnicity – we can and do all feel lonely sometimes. Generally though, it’s a feeling that visits us occasionally: it comes and goes. It doesn’t stay. But sometimes...


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