Age NI Retail volunteers transform lives by raising vital funds to ensure we can deliver services including: day, domiciliary and residential care, provide advice and guidance for older people and influence our decision makers to improve later life.
Volunteers assist in the smooth running of the shop and will gain skills / experience in a range of different shop operations including customer service, pricing, using the tills or window dressing.
Have fun, learn new skills, boost your CV, make friends and get involved in your local community by volunteering in one of our Age NI shops in Carrickfergus, Coleraine, Bangor or Ballymena, Banbridge & Belfast
Every penny and pound in the till can make a difference. No experience is required, just enthusiasm!
Denise Drain, from Portstewart, shares her experience of volunteering to encourage more volunteers to support the Age NI Store in Coleraine.
Niamh Busby, 17, an A Level student from Bangor, is appealing for new volunteers to help out this summer in the Age NI shop on Central Avenue.
'If you're thinking about volunteering for Age NI, you should really go for it! Not only will you meet nice people, you will learn new skills, improve your CV and, most importantly, you’ll be helping people to enjoy a better later life.'
How to get involved
If you are interested please drop in and see our managers and shops:
Ballymena: 22-24 Mill Street - Lauren O'Hara
Banbridge: 13 Rathfriland Street - Hilary Carson
Bangor: 14-16 Central Avenue - Derek McClure
Belfast: 3 Botanic Avenue - Miriam Huggins
Carrickfergus: 7 West Street - Kevin Wilson
Coleraine: 26C Railway Road - Louise Maguire
To volunteer, download the role description and application form from the downloads area below. Please send your completed form to:
Stacey Lee, Volunteer Co-ordinator
Age NI, 3 Lower Crescent, Belfast, BT7 1NR
Tel: 028 9024 5729
Short url for this webpage: www.ageni.org/retailvolunteers