We are currently recruiting a full time Administrator.

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Could you be our next Trustee?

We are a charity which is motivated to honour and respect older people, providing services which are proven to overcome loneliness and help people to “feel like I’m in the world again”. But don’t just take our word for it!

Click here to see what our older members say about their experience.

Our service is inclusive, for the public benefit, and works with all people from all faiths, beliefs and backgrounds. The charity was born out of social action within the Church. Hear our story.

If you would like to join a thriving charity and have skills in business management, fundraising, HR, Governance, finance, communication, marketing (or anything else!), or if you would like to develop Trustee skills (we are open to helping you learn!), we would LOVE to hear from you!

Click here to find out more about our eligibility criteria for becoming a Trustee and for our objectives:


Initial Trustee training and induction.
Quarterly meetings.
Occasional email communication / decision making.


Be part of a thriving charity which is rooted in research and directly responds to the needs of older people.
Be part of a movement which celebrates people in their later years and provides opportunities for them to be included within society.
Be part of an existing Trustee board with a range of skills enabling us to learn from each other.
Be valued and appreciated for the skills that you bring to help the charity continue to develop and grow.

If you would like to find out more please contact Emily Kenward our Founder and CEO emily@tttb.org.uk

Support us today

Your donations and support helps to change lives and overcome loneliness.

Could you support us financially? In doing so you will enable us to positively connect with older people who feel ‘invisible’, ‘forgotten’, and ‘alone’.

Regular monthly or one off donations make a significant difference to our Charity.

We need the generous support of our community, both big and small to improve the lives of society's most lonely, isolated and vulnerable older people.