Rothesay Life strives to be an active contributor to communities within the UK. As a business and as individuals, we contribute to causes that we believe will result in the greater well-being and security for present and future generations.
Age UK is the country’s largest charity dedicated to helping everyone make the most of later life.
Age UK provides services and support at a national and local level to inspire, enable and support older people. They stand up and speak for all those who have reached later life, and also protect the long-term interests of future generations.
Rothesay Life sponsors the production of the Age UK Bereavement guide – this is a booklet which helps the elderly overcome and understand the impact of bereavement. Whilst bereavement is not a happy topic to consider the guide can provide critical help at a time when it is much needed.
Rothesay Life supported the Age UK Carol Concert hosted at St Paul’s Cathedral on the 18 December 2014. Funds raised at last year's Love Christmas were used to fund Age UK’s work to combat loneliness amongst older people.
Rothesay Life supported Age UK’s Love Christmas Carol Concert again in 2015 hosted at St Marylebone Parish Church, London.
Additionally, Rothesay Life is proud to be a sponsor of Age UK's For Later Life conference this year on 18 November 2015 at BMA House in London.
Age UK’s For Later Life conference is a must attend event for anyone with an interest in age-related business, research, policy or service delivery.
This year’s conference will look at the factors that influence healthy brain ageing, and what is being done to get the message out, as well as showcasing the new and innovative products and services that are enabling older people and their families to live as well as possible with dementia and cognitive decline.
Investing in the UK
Rothesay Life has actively invested more than £4.5 billion in building a modern and competitive Britain.
More than £2 billion invested in bridges, rail, airports and municipal transportation
More than £1 billion invested in UK social housing developments
More than £200 million invested in the infrastructure that brings electricity & gas to UK homes and communities
More than £100 million invested in UK universities to build new science facilities and modern campuses
More than £150 million invested to maintain and upgrade UK water infrastructure
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