Are you living alone? Family and friends live far away? Finding it difficult to get out and meet people? Have a hobby or interest you would like to be able to take up? These are just some of the ways our Making Connections Service can help you in Guildford and Waverley and Runnymede and Spelthorne.
Gillian Cooper shares her story on how Age UK Surrey's Making Connections programme has changed her life.
If you would like more information on Making Connections then please contact us today by phoning:
How the service works
We work with you to enable you to stay independent and in touch with your local community. Our Co-ordinator will visit you and talk about what you would like to do and introduce you to a trained volunteer. Our volunteer will help you every step of the way.
Tailored for you
Our volunteer can visit you at home or go with you to community activities. If you prefer we can support you through Skype (internet connection required) or by telephone, just let us know.
Whether you want someone to visit you at home, go for a walk, take up a new hobby or join a community group we can be here for you.
What is the cost?
Volunteers give their time freely and Age UK Surrey will reimburse mileage to and from our clients’ homes. Any out of pocket expenses incurred by the volunteer, such as mileage to an activity, lunch, parking, bus fares etc. we ask you to cover.
Become a volunteer for Making Connections
Caring and reliable volunteers needed in Guildford & Waverley and Runnymede & Spelthorne to help run our Making Connections Service. For more information.