Age UK - National Policy Sounding Board

Age UK’s National Engagement team is recruiting a small number of people aged 50+ to volunteer to join Age UK’s existing National Policy Sounding Board.

This opportunity offers a volunteer role in helping to shape and review Age UK’s external facing policy positions which we use to influence national and local government.  These cover a wide range of topic areas:

  • money matters

  • housing and homes

  • health & wellbeing

  • active communities

  • care & support

  • transport

This Sounding Board meets up to four times a year with Age UK’s Director of Policy & Research, and her team.

How to apply

If you want to take the next step to find out more, please Click here to download the Policy Sounding Board Information pack . Please Click here to download the Expression of Interest Form to print a hard copy or save to your own device in order to fill in the form electronically.

Please return your completed Expression of Interest form by Wednesday, 20th November 2019.

You can email your completed form to Liz Stacey, Divisional Services Co-ordinator at or return a hard copy by FREEPOST to (no stamp required):

Liz Stacey, Freepost RTEH-ALYL-JJZU, Age UK, Tavis House, 1-6 Tavistock Square, London WC1H 9NA

We will contact you with next steps by the Friday, 13th December 2019. If you have any queries please call Liz Stacey on 0203 033 1152.

At Age UK we recognise the importance of promoting equality, valuing diversity and creating an inclusive environment for everyone. We want to include people with a mixture of life experiences, different backgrounds, different communities and varied interests. We are delighted to have a number of Age UK sounding board members from seldom heard groups including those with a disability, OLGBT and ethnic minority communities and would welcome new members from these and all other communities. In considering this opportunity, if you would find it helpful to talk to a current volunteer about what is involved in being a Policy Reviewer, please contact Liz Stacey, Divisional Services Co-ordinator, as listed above and we will see if we can accommodate your request.

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