#Loneliness

  • Article: Meet Britain's ‘Skipping Sikh’: a 73-Year-Old Bringing Joy to Older People Exercising at Home

    Meet Britain's ‘Skipping Sikh’: a 73-Year-Old Bringing Joy to Older People Exercising at Home

    By Helen Lock|May 15, 2020

    Rajinder Singh, from London, has become an online sensation during the COVID-19 lockdown. Read more

  • Article: Captain Tom to Publish 2 Books to Fundraise for New Charity Tackling Loneliness and Bereavement

    Captain Tom to Publish 2 Books to Fundraise for New Charity Tackling Loneliness and Bereavement

    By James Hitchings-Hales|May 14, 2020

    The British World War II veteran's COVID-19 fundraising has made him a national hero. Read more

  • Article: 6 Ways You Can Help Your Community Respond to Coronavirus

    6 Ways You Can Help Your Community Respond to Coronavirus

    By Joe McCarthy|March 18, 2020

    From relief funds to virtual companionship, we can all support others in tackling coronavirus. Read more

  • Article: ‘I See the Positive Effect Music Has’: Why I'm Setting Up London's Most Inclusive Choir and Orchestra

    ‘I See the Positive Effect Music Has’: Why I'm Setting Up London's Most Inclusive Choir and Orchestra

    By Helen Lock|Oct. 21, 2019

    Meet Romain Malan, who's combined his musical expertise with social causes he is passionate about. Read more

  • Article: People Are Sharing Messages to Their 5-Year-Old Selves for Mental Health and It's Just the Best

    People Are Sharing Messages to Their 5-Year-Old Selves for Mental Health and It's Just the Best

    By Helen Lock|Aug. 9, 2019

    The #FiveYearOldSelfie hashtag has taken off on Twitter. Read more

  • Article: UK's First ‘Minister for Loneliness’ Appointed to Carry on Jo Cox's Work

    UK's First ‘Minister for Loneliness’ Appointed to Carry on Jo Cox's Work

    By James Hitchings-Hales|Jan. 17, 2018

    Over 9 million people feel lonely in the UK. Read more