Positive News!! 

Ocay are very pleased with the very positive feedback received from clients for the last quarter. We are very proud of all our volunteers and we are very grateful for the hard work that they undertake on behalf of OCAY. 


Information Fair and afternoon tea 

Friday 23rd February in Lidgett Grove Church Hall, 2 to 4pm. There will be information stands provided by staff and volunteers from the Blind and Partially Sighted Society, Healthwatch, Citizen Advice York and York Older People‚Äôs Assembly. Musical Connections will be providing musical entertainment. 
Ruth at Tang Hall Library 

York: Human Rights City 

On 24th April last year the former Rt Hon Lord Mayor York declared the city the UK's first Human Rights City. To mark International Human Rights day, the new Lord Mayor, Cllr Barbara Boyce launched the second York Human Right Indicator Report. The report is available here 
Twitter @YorkHumanRights 

Donate Here  

Click above to donate to OCAY. Every penny counts. Don't forget to gift aid your donation if you pay tax. 

Office Hours 

Our office opening hours are 10am to 3pm Monday to Thursday and 10am to 2pm on Friday. 


Are you a resident of the City of York and aged 50 or over? 
Are you a resident of the City of York and aged 50 or over? 
OCAY may be able to help you by providing an advocate. This is someone who will work in partnership with you and help you to speak up for yourself. 
Our advocacy service is free, confidential and independent. Our advocates will listen to what you want and act on your behalf at all times. We put people first and treat everyone equally. 


Our free and independent advocacy service is available for all residents of York aged over 50 who feel they need our help. 
Our promotional video shows more of the impact our service has on peoples' lives.