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Supporting Older People


The Blenheim Palace Triathlon is back for another year and Elders Voice are very lucky to have five courageous and generous individuals representing us at the event! This year we are delighted to have our very own CEO; Jon Cuming-Higgs, Finance Manager; Graziella Doardo and Treasurer; Lawrence Ryden join forces and enter the sprint relay. Also joining us is local resident Team Mike, who was kind enough to represent us at last year’s triathlon and local resident & first time triathlete Team Caitriona. We are immensely grateful to all five superstar athletes for their commitment to raising awareness and much needed funding for older people’s services in Brent.

 “What drives me to be part of Team EV is the fabulous work our organisation does. I’m proud of my staff’s commitment to ensuring older people are not forgotten. Loneliness can make people physically and mentally unwell. The money we raise contributes directly to giving people the chance to make new friends and lead happy & health lives.” – Jon Cuming-Higgs, CEO

“The Blenheim Palace Triathlon will hopefully raise much needed resources for Elders Voice. I believe our work is about enabling ageing on your own terms and making it a wonderful and worthwhile journey. This open water swim will be part of my legacy to my grandson to encourage him to trust his own ability to overcome challenges.” – Graziella Doardo, Finance Manager

 “I have been a trustee of Elders Voice for two years, and it is clear what a vital role it plays in the local community. Please do give generously and help Elders Voice to keep amplifying the voices of our elderly. One day, when I have long since hung up my running shoes, Elders Voice might even be helping me!” – Lawrence Ryden, Treasurer

Every donation makes a difference…as do words of encouragement! So please; sponsor the team, share the love and help support older people in Brent.