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Overdress for Age UK

Shuck off the slippers, lose the leggings and let's get overdressed for older people who need a little extra help and support right now! 

Tired of trackie bottoms? Bored with bed-head? If you’re missing those ‘dress to impress’ moments, it's time to take a stand. 

At Age UK, we’re asking you to #overdress to raise vital funds to support older people through these challenging times. So pack in the PJs, don your finest threads for a day and challenge your friends to do the same!  

Here’s how it works: 

  1. Get overdressed in your outfit of choice. Sequins, silk, or just your favourite skinny jeans – if it makes you feel like you look a million bucks, wear it!
  2. Snap a selfie in your overdressed outfit and share it on social with the hashtag #Overdress and tag us @age_ukBonus points for wearing your outfit in an unexpected context!  
  3. Tag your style squad and nominate them to get overdressed too. 
  4. Text DRESS to 70800 to donate £5 to Age UK.* 

#Overdress outfit ideas 

Wear your best ‘going out-out' outfit to walk the dog

Unpack the wedding dress to do the hoovering

Make your team video call a costume party

Dress to the nines for your daily exercise.

#Overdress and make a difference

For every overdressed outfit and donation made, our frontline workers and volunteers can go over and above for older people who desperately need our support. 

Whether it’s delivering essential food supplies or calling an isolated older person for a friendly chat on the phone, we refuse to let older people struggle alone at this time.

Find out more about how we've been responding to coronavirus

Check our the #Overdress gallery! 

*You can call our Supporter Services team on 0800 169 8787 沙巴体育appand see our T&Cs

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沙巴体育appLast updated: Jun 19 2020

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