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We are always looking for volunteers to help us protect older people from neglect, harm and abuse.
We appreciate that giving up your time to support AEA is a major commitment and we greatly appreciate it. But you will get a great deal of experience and satisfaction in return, playing a key role in a critical service for older people.
In return we will do our utmost to make sure you feel valued, understood and proud to be part of our work.
See below for how you can help protect older people.
To be the first point of contact for the Elder Abuse Recovery service in Streatham (South London), Essex, East Sussex and/or Brighton, providing general admin assistance.Read more
To provide telephone support to help victims through the trauma of elder abuse onto a pathway of recovery, in Streatham (South London), Essex, East Sussex and/or BrightonRead more
Help elder clients through the trauma of elder abuse in Streatham (South London), Essex, East Sussex and/or Brighton, building a friendship based on trust and respect.Read more
Could you spare a few hours each week to raise awareness of elder abuse, by distributing leaflets and posters in your local area? Your involvement can be as flexible as you want.Read more
Action on Elder Abuse use research to help our policy and campaign work. Would you have some spare time and access to a computer to help us.Read more
We are always looking for people with specific skills to help us in our work. If you think you have a skill that would help us, then we’re keen to hear from you.Read more
Volunteer to take calls on our helpline, providing direct support to people concerned about elder abuse. Variable hours to suit, within 9am to 5pm.Read more
Help raise awareness of the charity, and support our income, by placing collection tins in your local community. You can do this role at times to suit you.Read more