Thank you to our team of volunteers!
We would like to extend a big “Thank You!” to all our Volunteers for their tremendous contribution during 2020.
In a year that has challenged us all, our volunteers continue to demonstrate kindness and commitment to the people we support in Camden.
Thinking of volunteering in 2021?
Following the coronavirus pandemic, we've been very fortunate to have received a lot of interest and enquiries from people in the community who want to help, which means that for now, our teams are full.
If you would like to register your interest in volunteering for Age UK Camden in 2021, please complete our waiting list form and a member of the team will be in touch, should a role become available.
Volunteering is a great way to meet new people, learn new skills, and support the work we do in the community. We offer a range of services to support older people to live independent, enjoyable and fulfilling lives. And the skills, time and energy of our volunteers is vital in helping us do this.
Who can volunteer?
We have a wide range of roles which suit different people and different skills. We also have employee volunteering opportunities.
How much time do I need to give?
It depends on the volunteer role you are interested in. Some people give an hour a week, other people do more. If you can’t commit to volunteering on a regular basis maybe you could support us occasionally by helping out at one of our fundraisers or events? This could include anything from selling raffle tickets to shaking a collection tin.
Access our volunteer resources
Helpful documents for volunteers, including guidelines, policies and online training resources.
Personalisation Support in Camden (PSIC) is committed to making life better for people with disabilities. PSiC operates a payroll service and direct payments support to younger and older disabled people and their families. It is a subsidiary charity of Age UK Camden (AUC) and has its own Board of Trustees. We are currently seeking two new Trustees to complete our team.
The service supports older people who have been identified as isolated, living in the community. Volunteers are matched with an older person who would like a befriender to provide social contact and company by visiting them in their home.