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To provide transport for our lunchtime food collection to and from our Day Centres at Greenford where our older people come to socialise.

What a volunteer driver does:

  • Use their own vehicle to collect food for the Day Centre from Bronek’s in Northfields, Ealing to Greenford Community Centre and do the reverse journey.
  • Returns the empty box to Bronek’s
  • Informs Age UK immediately of any changes to his/her health or occurrences (e.g., endorsements) that affect his/her driving licence or ability to drive.


  • Able to drive
  • Must abide by our Driving & Use of Personal vehicles policy
  • Must have a valid United Kingdom Driving Licence and aged over 18yrs
  • Able to produce the relevant documentation i.e., Driving licence, Insurance for Business purposes, MOT etc.

Personal qualities most suited to this role:

  • Friendly and cheerful.
  • Must be extremely Reliable.
  • Must have exemplary attendance

How much time is involved?

1 hour - once or twice a week (Mondays and or Thursdays). Pick up from Bronek’s at 11:30 prompt. You can stop volunteering at any time but please do let us know as soon as possible.

Expenses and Insurance:

We will cover agreed out-of-pocket expenses for volunteers (e.g., mileage costs). You will be covered by our insurance whilst doing your volunteering role with us. A Basic DBS police check certificate will be required. We can help you to obtain a free but compulsory DBS police Check.

Responsible to: Day Centre staff       

If you're interested in volunteering, please get in touch by using the contact information below.

Contact us

Telephone: 020 8578 2712 Option 3