Join Us

Regenerage is a unique local charity and has deep rooted connections to the city of Preston and county of Lancashire. It was established in 1981 and remains an independent charity to this day.

Each year the charity delivers over 136,000 direct interactions through its endeavours in supporting the elderly, the lonely, the isolated, those with dementia and memory concerns…plus so much more.

I believe there is a real opportunity to build on the tremendous achievements and goodwill that’s been generated historically and protect it for future generations.

In this regard, the generosity of our Patrons and philanthropic supporters will make a significant difference to Regenerage, not simply financially but in regards to its profile, impact and future sustainability.

Norman Tenray
Chair of Regenerage.

What is an Regenerage Patron?

We have two types of Patrons; company Patron and an individual philanthropic Patron. A Patron is not just about the annual financial contribution; being a Patron is so much more. As part of our Patron’s community, you will form a consultative panel and inspire us with your advice and wisdom to derive and adapt services which are fit for the future. A personality who will attend key events and activities in support of the organisation. You will be a valued ambassador in helping to raise the profile of the charity to new audiences.
Why become a Patron?

Help us to transform the lives of vulnerable, lonely, older people in Lancashire. Enhance your brand and reputation, improve your internal marketing, increase staff engagement at all levels, improve your CSR footprint and contribute towards a happier, healthier life for many of the elderly folk in Lancashire.
We work collaboratively with our Patrons in order to achieve the greatest impact possible for everyone who we support.

.

You Can Maximise your Patronage £’s Contribution – ‘Gift Aid it!’

If you are a UK taxpayer you can maximise your support to Regenerage by making a Gift Aid declaration. For every £1 you donate, we can claim 25p from HMRC. If you are a higher-rate taxpayer, you can also benefit by claiming higher-rate tax relief on your donation in your self-assessment tax return.

To find out more about becoming a Company or Philanthropic patron email Ann Beetham – annbeetham@regenerage.org.uk

We are also very appreciative of Gifts In Kind for example you might be able to help us by gifting items such as activities equipment ie paints, craft supplies, modelling kits etc.

Whatever you are able to do/offer in the way of a gift in kind we are always very grateful.

 

Why Some of Our Patrons Choose to Support Us:

“I met the Regenerage team at a local business awards and was instantly engaged to the message they were delivering. Becoming a Patron of the charity was a no brainer, being involved with the team via Sundown’s CSR Hearts and Minds policy provides opportunity to work closely together, support the charity and the good work they continue to do within Lancashire and local communities”
Kelly-Ann Groves MCITP, MBCS, DipHE (Adult Nursing), DipHSW
Chief Operating Officer and Managing Partner
Sundown

“Here at Farleys Solicitors we’re always conscious of our social responsibilities, not just as an employer – but also supporting the wider communities that both us and our clients are part of. Whether through fundraising activities across our offices, providing free legal advice to those in need, or our efforts to improve the environment we live in, we aim to make a real difference to people’s lives and local communities. Partnering with Regenerage and working with the team there allows us to do this and support each other in a mutually beneficial relationship that ultimately benefits the Lancashire community. We’re in our second year of and love working with the team at Regenerage, and the wider Patrons network.”
Reta Rose
Associate Partner
Farleys Solicitors

‘We all have family members who have either experienced the need and support for Regenerage, or will do in the future. It may even be ourselves! To this, we wanted to support a charity which anyone and everyone could feel the benefits’.
Steven Logan
Business Director
ADR Mediation & Training CIC