The government recommends avoiding social activities and events with large groups of people.

Check with the organiser if this activity is going ahead. There may be coronavirus restrictions.

Volunteer as a passenger assistant

Help older people be more independent and reduce the risk of social isolation

Date and time

  • Every Friday, 9am to 5pm

Location

South Leeds
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We need help with

  • Helping older people get on and off the bus, fastening seatbelts and providing company on the journey

Who it's for

We're looking for females.

Both our current drivers are male and we have a mix of male and females attending our lunch club and activities.

Any age is fine.

Good mobility is needed as the volunteer would be helping people from their homes and onto the bus, reaching over to fasten seat belts.

What we'll provide

Lunch is provided at a cost of 50p.

Helping to transport older people to our daily activities and lunch club promotes their independence and helps avoid social isolation

Julie Rowley

Why volunteer?

  • Help locally
  • No commitment
  • Feel good
  • Make friends

Organised by Julie Rowley

I've worked for Trinity Network for 14 years. Without our service older people would be alone in their homes, at risk of social isolation and loneliness. I love that we are helping keep older people active in mind and body.