Awareness training in how to support older people
Advice and support
Being part of a team, meeting new people and making friends
Flexible volunteering hours
Appreciation events and certificates
Being part of our local community.
Meeting people and making friends
Learning new skills and having fun
A new direction in your career or retirement
Plugging experience gaps in your CV
Doing something which will heighten your sense of wellbeing and community spirit.
You don’t need to be an expert. All you need is patience, friendliness and empathy. We need people of varying ages, cultural backgrounds and experiences. Whatever your circumstances as long as you can give some time to help older people, we would be glad to have your help.
For full-time employees, why not ask your employer to support Employer Volunteering in work time, outside work hours, or even in your lunch break once a week?.
Please contact us on 01442 259049 or firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss volunteering opportunities and how you can help older people in the community and become a vital part of our team