Skip to content

Age UK Dacorum relies on volunteers to help us offer vital services in the local community. Would you like to lend a hand?


Apply for volunteer jobs


Volunteering opportunities with Age UK Dacorum

You can assist us in many ways:volunteers

Community Support Services
Befriend and visit a person or couple who are lonely, housebound or isolated to have a chat, listen, and assist with everyday tasks.

Social Clubs and Friendship Teas
Help to run activities and make refreshments.

Drive older people/carers to clubs, events and social groups.

Handyperson and DIY
Carry out small DIY jobs.

Memory Support Mentors and Visitors
Provide guidance and support for people with memory loss and their carers. Help in our Cogs clubs.

Help to plan, organise and participate in events. Raising vital funds to assist the charity to continue its vital work.

What does Age UK Dacorum offer volunteers?

Awareness training in how to support older people
Advice and support
Being part of a team, meeting new people and making friends
Ongoing training
Flexible volunteering hours
Travel expenses
Appreciation events and certificates
Being part of our local community.

What are the benefits of volunteering?

Meeting people and making friends
Learning new skills and having fun
A new direction in your career or retirement
Gaining confidence
Plugging experience gaps in your CV
Doing something which will heighten your sense of wellbeing and community spirit.

Kind, caring people needed to assist older people

You don’t need to be an expert. All you need is patience, friendliness and empathy. We need people of varying ages, cultural backgrounds and experiences. Whatever your circumstances as long as you can give some time to help older people, we would be glad to have your help.

For full-time employees, why not ask your employer to support Employer Volunteering in work time, outside work hours, or even in your lunch break once a week?.
Please contact us on 01442 259049 or to discuss volunteering opportunities and how you can help older people in the community and become a vital part of our team

Volunteering News