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Latest News

October 4, 2019

We are recruiting Project Worker (Making a Match) WE NEED….. An enthusiastic, experienced Project Worker. Working with another Project Worker and alongside MAECare staff, you will be responsible for reaching out to socially isolated older people (aged 50+), setting up friendship groups which enable them to link with others to create connections and friendships. In […]

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Celebrating our Volunteers

July 4, 2019

National Volunteer Week was marked in June in the UK and MAE Care wanted to celebrate all the fantastic work of our volunteers. We met at the Myrtle Tavern on Tuesday evening for a buffet and drinks, catching up with friends old and new. There was also a raffle for a chance to win some free […]

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Funding

April 5, 2019

We’re delighted to have received funding for a number of our activities: The National Lottery Community Fund is supporting out Art class, Creative Writing, Singing and Photography. Trusthouse Charitable Foundation support Connecting Moorallerton such as the Twilight Zone. Evan Cornish support Keeping in Touch such as the Men’s Den. Future Digital Inclusion Fund are supporting […]

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Latest Newsletter

Our newsletters help keep you in the loop with what is happening in the area as well as providing helpful advice, click the link below to view the latest newsletter or, alternatively you can click here to see our upcoming activities.

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Moor Allerton Elderly Care (MAECare) works with people over 60 in the Moor Allerton, Alwoodley, Shadwell and North Moortown area of Leeds.


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Look at our film of a typical day at MAECare

We support older people to be as independent as possible, to celebrate and have the best quality of life they possibly can.
We do this by putting on all sorts of activities right across our area to encourage people to get out and about and get involved in anything from creative writing to Zumba.
We also visit people in their own homes offering a friendly chat.
We are a small, local charity – our work wouldn’t be possible without our 120 wonderful volunteers.
We have 10 staff and we are managed by a board of trustees.