Volunteer with us
Getting involved with Age Exchange has long been a popular choice for students, parents and retired people alike
All the necessary PPE will be provided; we provide safety inductions for volunteers including clear social distancing guidelines; risk assessments are in place to protect people and activities; We constantly monitor the government guidelines and adhere to them all.
We know last year has been hard for everyone and we thank everyone for their support.
We are a diverse organisation that achieves a lot in a variety of fields, not just the visible activities like the café or the library, but also arts projects and specialist work with older people. Opportunities include:
Community Hub Roles (Duke of Edinburgh placements welcome but please wait until the Summer to apply)
- Café - food preparation, serving and sales
- Library - basic librarianship (training provided)
- Information Desk - welcoming visitors, signposting and some basic administration
Group work and Projects
- Helping to facilitate Caring Together groups at our centre
- Helping to facilitate with individual projects including oral history projects, theatrical productions and events
Interested? Please complete the form below and we shall be in touch. Thank you
Duke of Edinburgh
We accept D of E Award Scheme candidates in the Exchange café. You may wish to complete part of your placement in the library.
Our café volunteers are all ages, from their teens to their 80's. Do you have 3 hours a week to spare? Perhaps you're looking for experience in customer service or catering? Enjoy arranging, cleaning and beautifying our vintage-themed café, processing transactions, or handling stock.
Blackheath Village Community Library is a small and intimate space where volunteers have the opportunity to become Library Supervisors.