Welcome to The Irish Elderly Advice Network
Tackling poverty, isolation and distress since 1993
The Irish Elderly Advice Network was founded in 1993 and has spent 20 years dedicated to combating poverty, isolation and distress amongst the elderly Irish population in and around London. The charity was founded in 1993 following the deaths of 3 older Irish people in Camden. Each died alone and lay undiscovered for several months. They had become isolated, in poor health, removed from friends, family and community and had no one to turn to for help. These tragedies shook the Irish community and a number of older Irish women came together and founded the Irish Elderly Advice Network to try and ensure this could never happen again.
In the years since, the Irish Elderly Advice Network has been hugely successful in empowering and supporting older Irish people. Through the provision of welfare support, social and cultural work, and a focus on empowering older people to speak for themselves, we have helped thousands of people and the numbers continue to grow.
What we do:
Welfare and Advice
Culture and Music
London Irish Centre, 50-52 Camden Square (Murray Street Entrance), London NW1 9XB
Irish Elderly Cultural Centre:
St Thomas More Hall, 9 Henry Road, London NW1 9XB
Kilburn Outreach: Wednesday, 10am to 1pm
Kilburn Address: Mazenod Community Hall, Quex Road, Kilburn, London, NW6 4PS
The Kilburn Outreach is currently appointment only, to book a slot call the helpline or email firstname.lastname@example.org
For other enquiries please contact
Helpline: 020 7428 0471
Open 10am to 4pm