There are many ways that people can volunteer at Abbeyfield Hoylake & West Kirby. You do not have to have any special skills or qualifications, just the desire to spend some time helping others in the community.
Volunteers are the life blood of the Society and whether it is for a couple of hours a week or a greater involvement on a house committee or as a Trustee, all contributions to the society are highly valued.
As a Friend of Abbeyfield volunteers are involved with befriending the residents, helping with activities and social events and outings and perhaps serving on one of the house committees which are all chaired by a volunteer and which oversee the running of the house.
We are always looking for volunteers to help support us with our vital work here at Abbeyfield Hoylake & West Kirby so if you are able to share some of your time then do come and visit us to learn more about what we do, and how you can get involved in making a difference to older people’s lives.
Anne-Marie Swift – One of our Trustees – explains why she volunteered to become a trustee.