Loneliness Awareness Week
Hosted by Marmalade Trust, Loneliness Awareness Week takes place in June each year.
Bringing companionship and joy to those who would otherwise spend Christmas Day alone.
Supporting Marmalade members to make new connections and find social activity in their local community.
We all feel lonely sometimes.
We want people to see loneliness as an experience, not as a condition. We want people to talk about loneliness, not admit to it. By building a greater awareness and acceptance of loneliness, we can help ourselves and others to manage the feeling.
In the past few years, we have gained international recognition for the work we're doing. BUT we're a tiny team and we need your help to continue the important work. Your contribution will make such a meaningful impact to us, whether you donate £5 or £5,000. Every little bit helps.
Join the conversation.
In the past few years, more than 25,000 charities, organisations, companies and individuals have come together to raise awareness, including the Royal Family, Boris Johnson, Mayor of London, NHS trusts and all Government departments.
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What our members say...
“I can't tell you what it means to know someone out there cares about little old me. I was worried I'd be forgotten about during the crisis. Thank you Marmalade.”