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Volunteer Opportunities

Current Volunteering Roles

Age NI is delighted to offer volunteer opportunities within our First Connect, Staying Sharp, Living Well Moyle and My life My Choice Services.

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Sign up here for all our other roles. Complete our volunteer form and we will get in contact with you.

Our volunteering opportunities enable you to get involved and help support our vital work.
Sparing just a couple of hours could make a real difference!

  • First Connect Volunteer

    Age NI's First Connect service offers dedicated emotional and practical support at difficult times in an individual’s life. First Connect is currently operating in the Northern trust area only.
  • Living Well Moyle

    Living Well Moyle (Ballycastle area) enables people in local communities, especially those who are older or require support to remain independent, to live the lives they want.
  • Retail Volunteers

    Age NI Retail volunteers transform lives by raising vital funds to ensure we can deliver services to older people in NI.
  • Day Centre Volunteers

    Our Day Centres can be a lifeline to older people. They are invaluable, fun places where older people leave their troubles at the door and enjoy each other’s company over a hot meal.
  • Peer Facilitators

    Peer Facilitators help us engage with, and listen to the voices of older people.
  • Fundraising Volunteers

    Are you a born fundraiser or event manager? We will make it easy for you to become part of our fundraising team.
  • Staying Sharp Volunteers

    Volunteers provide support to older people in the Ballymena area with mild cognitive impairments to make healthy lifestyle choices, working towards reducing isolation and loneliness and increasing confidence.
  • Share your story

    Age NI receives calls from journalists who want to hear from older people about anything and everything.

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