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Age UK Cornwall & The Isles of Scilly relies on volunteers to help us offer vital services in the local community.


To find out more, please call our Helpline on 01872 266383




Our Latest Roles

  • Volunteer Minibus and EV Drivers

    Transport is an essential requirement for most people. For those who are vulnerable and often living in a rural community, it becomes a major factor in their ability to live independently. You can help by joining our team of wonderful Volunteers.

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  • Volunteer Drivers

    Help us support people who have non-emergency healthcare appointments & difficulty accessing other forms of public transport. You can help us fight social isolation and enable people to remain independent for longer. If you would like to find out more about this Volunteer role, click below.

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New Volunteering opportunities

  • IT Volunteer

    We are searching for a skilled, caring, compassionate and supportive volunteer to support a new IT group at Falmouth Community Hub). Find out more and apply on the link below.

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  • Information and Advice Volunteer

    We are looking for caring, passionate and motivated individuals, to join and support our information and advice team.  You can find out more about this rewarding role on the link below.

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Hospital to Home Volunteer Roles

  • Hospital to Home Volunteers

    We are searching for skilled admin support volunteers to assist Newquay, St Austell, and Falmouth Community Hubs & our Hospital to Home Services in the surrounding areas.

    Apply here 

  • Hospital to Home Volunteers

    We are searching for caring, patient and companionable volunteers to support our Hospital to Home Service in Newquay, St Austell, and Falmouth areas. Find out more about this role here.

    Apply here 

Support Volunteers

  • Admin Volunteers

    We are searching for Admin Volunteers to support our HR, Transport, and Active Living Support services. We have a wide range of roles and can be flexible to suit your needs.

    If you can spare an hour or two per week and would like to really make a difference in Cornwall, please apply here.

    Apply here 

  • Community Hub Volunteers

    We are searching for Community hub volunteers to assist with activities within Govenek, St Austell, and Falmouth hubs. If you want to make a huge difference to people in your area, register your interest below.


    Apply here 

More new roles

Hub Volunteers  - Newquay

Why volunteer?

How can volunteering benefit you?

We have a number of areas which are reliant on the expertise and skills of volunteers, If you have time to give, no matter how much, then we would love to hear from you! Volunteering isn't just vital for the charity, it can really benefit you as well.

1. Become part of the Cornish community
Be part of a community. Volunteering can help you feel part of something outside your friends and family.
2. Gain confidence and build new skills.
Volunteering can help you gain confidence by giving you the chance to try something new and build a real sense of achievement. Volunteering can also help you gain new skills, gain experience and sometimes even qualifications for you or that potential new job.
3. Make a difference.
Volunteering can have a real and valuable positive affect on people, communities and society in general.
4. Make new friends.
Volunteering can help you meet different kinds of people and make new friends.
5. Take on a challenge.
Through volunteering, you can challenge yourself to try something different, achieve personal goals, practice using your skills and discover hidden talents.
6. Have fun!
Most volunteers have a great time, regardless of why they do it.

Thanking our Volunteers!

To ensure the safety of the people who use our services, all of our volunteers are DBS checked. We will always provide appropriate training and support and pay any expenses that are incurred.

We thank all our past and present volunteers for all that they have contributed, not only by helping the charity but more importantly their community.



What else you can do to support us

  • Take part in a fundraiser

    Could you help us to raise vital funds by taking part in a fundraising event? We have regular events such as Day Centre Fetes, but you could also do your own fundraiser like a cake sale or Skydive.

  • Get your colleagues involved

    Could you talk to your colleagues or your employer about how you can support us? We have lots of ideas for how organisations can get involved, including sponsoring an event, making us Charity of the Year, or donating equipment.