Just a few hours of your time could make a huge difference to an older person living in Norfolk.
Volunteers are the lifeblood and backbone of Age UK Norfolk. Last year over 290 people volunteered for us and donated 39,550 hours of their time. The success and efficiency of our services is dependent upon the people who generously donate their time, expertise and compassion, and there is currently an urgent need of new volunteers to be able to continue supporting older people living in Norfolk!
There are really no barriers to becoming a volunteer. Whether you're studying, retired or between jobs, volunteering for Age UK Norfolk is a great way to make a real difference to the lives of older people across Norfolk.
No experience is necessary, and whatever your talents and interests, there is bound to be a voluntary opportunity where you can share your knowledge, make new friends and have fun! There is also the chance to learn new skills, build your confidence and gain important experience to add to your CV.
All volunteers are offered full training and will get ongoing support and advice from the volunteer management team.
Find out how you can become a volunteer
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