Latest News October 2017:
Read more about our members in this briefing paper:
and 4 personal stories from volunteers here: Four case studies BOPF oct17
Current Newsletter here: BOPF Newsletter_summer17
Our newsletter reaches over 3k older people in print, and over 2k people by email. Contact us if you would like to place an advert or have ideas for inclusion for next time. And if you are 55+ in Bristol and want your own copy as a member, join us (free)!
Read about our current funding situation on the news page. You can find details of how to donate here – please help us continue our work for some of the most vulnerable older people in Bristol. Please also help us focus our work and secure new funding by taking part in our anonymous member survey.
Get involved! Please join us if you are 55+ in Bristol (free), email us to hear occasional news, and read more about our volunteering opportunities – we’d love to hear from you!
We know we make a real difference to lives – you can read one member’s story here
BOPF’s aim is that every older person in the city is an equal, valued, participating member of the community who can influence the decisions which affect their lives. (Read more on the About Us pages).
Our manifesto, launched in 2016, sets out the priorities in achieving our aim through influencing key providers and decision makers in the city, and by working with others. It is fully supported by Mayor Marvin Rees, Kerry McCarthy MP, many councillors and others. Please read it and let us know what you think – it belongs to all older people in the city.