Age needs one voice. Now it has:
Age UK is the new force combining Age Concern England and
Help the Aged in England.
Click on the links below to volunteer in a shop, get involved with your local community, help out at our London office, or join a committee.
Have fun, learn new skills, and make friends by volunteering in one of around 500 Age UK shops across the country.
Why not give your time to make a difference to the lives of people in later life around you by volunteering within your community?
One of Age UK's volunteer schemes is working with different generations. Suzanne Cross is an intergenerational volunteer and she tells Susie Lack about the work she does for Age UK.
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By volunteering at our London office, you could develop your skills and gain valuable work experience.
Volunteer committees work in their local area to improve the lives of people in later life and support Age UK research projects.
Age UK and innocent have teamed up to bring you the Big Knit, where thousands of people across the country knit mini-wooly hats to help make winter warmer for older people across the UK.
Read about the gainful, interesting and fun experiences that a wide range of people have had while volunteering for Age UK.
From whether you need any particular skills, to whether you can claim benefits, here are the most frequently asked questions about volunteering with Age UK.
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You can invest in first class research that will help find practical solutions to age-related problems, like dementia, incontinence and hearing loss. These solutions could transform later life for many people.
Want to volunteer at one of our shops? Find your nearest Age UK shop by clicking on the Search button below.
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