Money Matters and Advocacy Volunteer- West Norfolk
Age UK Norfolk’s Money Matters Service helps people to manage their personal finances and remain independent for as long as possible. This is done by supporting people in their own homes or in a care home, assisting them with the day-to-day management of finances and helping them to keep control of their money.
- To help people manage their finances, so as to promote their independence for as long as possible
- Volunteers will undertake a variety of tasks as agreed with the service user which may include organising the payment of bills, setting up a bank account or direct debits, filling in forms, helping to claim benefits, day-to-day finance management and helping to create and manage a budget
- Volunteering within the policies and practices of Age UK Norfolk
We are particularly looking for volunteers in the Kings Lynn area. Volunteers must be willing to take part in a home schooled training via the internet and an enhanced CRB check.
Where to go
- Age UK Norfolk
300, St. Faiths Road
- NR6 7BJ
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