Volunteering for older people
Are you an older person but not sure whether volunteering is for you? Registration statistics at our Centre say that the majority of people who sign up to become a volunteer are aged between 20 & 40. We would like to change that because we know that people over 40 have so much to offer, with years of experience and wisdom at their finger-tips.
In fact, volunteering is a great way to keep active, meet people, use your skills and experience, and make a really positive contribution to society.
There is no upper age limit. As long as you feel motivated and able to do whatever tasks you take on, there is no reason why you can’t keep volunteering as long as you want to.
There are lots of ways to volunteer…
There are hundreds of different things you can do ranging from informal volunteering such as shopping for your neighbour to more formal, regular volunteering, perhaps for for a big national charity…and everything in between.
Help in finding voluntary work
Volunteer centre Westminster has a large database of different types of local volunteering opportunities to match your skills, knowledge, mobility and lifestyle. You can volunteer once in a while or everyday –there is something for everyone!
Get in touch with us
Register online: click here
Telephone: 0207 266 1992 (Monday to Thursday 10am-3.45pm)
Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Come see us in person: 4 Sutherland Avenue London W9 2HQ
Volunteer Centre Westminster: 4 Sutherland Avenue London W9 2HQ | Switchboard: 020 7266 1992|
Registered Charity No. 295501 | Registered Company No. 2052268
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