As a befriender you could provide company for a lonely older person in Buckinghamshire.
What do befrienders do?
It's a terrible thing to be lonely. Did you know that 1.2 million older people are chronically lonely? You can do something to help by becoming a befriender with Age UK Buckinghamshire.
Befrienders get matched with an older person in the community. They visit them or call them on a regular basis to provide companionship.
What you will get out of it
- It's a great way to make a real difference to someone's life
- You'll be giving something to your community
- You get to be part of Age UK Buckinghamshire's volunteer team
- Volunteers tell us they find befriending really rewarding
What is expected of me?
Befriending volunteers are expected to call or visit their friend regularly. This usually involves a commitment of around 30 minutes to an hour per week, over a long period of time. Volunteers will also need to attend a short training session and provide references.
For more information on voluntary roles
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone - 01296 431 911
Apply - Word Format
Volunteers Application form. Nov 2020.docx
Pdf version (right click save as to your computer)
Volunteers Application form. Nov 2020.pdf