Put that driving license to good use - if you have your own car and can give some time you could be a perfect fit for a role as a volunteer driver
Take others in their community out and about for appointments both, medical and social. As well as being safe and reliable drivers and DBS (criminal record) checked, the volunteers provide calm and friendly companionship for people throughout their journeys.
Spare some time for a 'chat'...
Emotional support is often just as important as physical support. Simply chatting to someone regularly on the phone or perhaps reading to them is an activity that provides such positive benefits both for the volunteer and the recipient.
The Good Neighbours Network is all about people helping people. Local groups are self-supporting, sustained by HUB support and shared network knowledge.