Are you looking to learn new skills? Get experience for your CV? Or find a new use for your existing expertise?
We do great work with over-50s throughout Sheffield – but we can’t do it without the support of volunteers like you.
Volunteering is a great way to meet new people, learn new skills, and support the work we do in the community.
Who can volunteer?
Almost anyone can be a volunteer. We have a wide range of roles which suit different people and different skills.
How much time do I need to give?
It depends on the volunteer role you are interested in. Some people give an hour a week, other people do more.
If you'd like any further details, just call us on (0114) 250 2850 or e-mail: email@example.com
Please note that, because we work with some vulnerable people, you should allow time for Diclosure and Barring Service checks and an induction programme before we will allow you to work with older people.
Take a look at some of our volunteer roles below and, if any interest you, just complete our application form. Or if there is something else you'd like to do for us, please get in touch.
Customer Service Volunteer
Are you sociable and able to deal with a wide range of people? Join us as a volunteer in our Age UK Information and Advice service. You will learn new skills, be part of a supportive team and have the satisfaction of helping many vulnerable people.
Could you regularly visit or telephone an older person at risk of social isolation? Could you take someone out for a coffee or for a short walk? You could make a huge difference to someone who is experiencing loneliness.
Can you help raise funds for Age UK? Could you run a coffee morning or a cake sale? Could you collect money at events or stalls?
We are looking for volunteers with an interest in the military or, who may themselves, be veterans. The role is flexible and could involve some home visits, telephone support and encouraging individuals to strengthen their social network.
Do you enjoy speaking to older people on a one to one basis? Do you have the social skills to promote the Age UK services, such as Information and Advice or Befriending, that make a difference to the lives of vulnerable older people? You would represent Age UK at various stalls and locations city wide chatting and distributing our information leaflets.