Please read the ACE Neighbours Volunteer Role Description carefully before completing this form (click here). You must be aged 60 or over to apply and be available to volunteer in the daytime during the week.

Please be aware that St Monica Trust will file this information securely. It will only be shared with the relevant people working on the project.

Please complete all sections of the form. If you need any help with filling it in please call Catherine on 07817 632 963 or 0117 305 2365, Mondays to Wednesdays.

ACE Neighbours Volunteer Application Form



    In order to become an ACE Neighbours Volunteer you do not need to have worked as a volunteer before, but if you have please tell us about what you've done. Please include the volunteer organisation(s) and what your role was as a volunteer.


    We're looking for retired or semi-retired volunteers so it is unlikely you'll be currently working but we would be interested in what kind of paid work (if any) you did before you retired. Just include your last few (or more interesting) jobs. Please include the company and your job title, along with a short description about your role.


    In order for us to match our volunteers with our participants it would be useful to have an idea of your interests and the kinds of things you do in your spare time. Please list some here.

  • Why are you applying to become an ACE Volunteer?

  • Your health

    Are there any health issues that we should be aware of, for health and safety reasons?

  • How did you hear about volunteering with ACE Neighbours?

    It would be very valuable for us to know how exactly you heard about volunteering with the ACE Neighbours project.


    For this role, we require references from two people, neither of whom should be a relative or partner, but should be people who know you well, for example a previous employer, your GP, a local community worker, or someone you have volunteered for previously.

  • Reference 1

  • Reference 2


    Because of the nature of our work, you are required by the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 to declare all convictions, including those which are spent. Having a conviction doesn't necessarily mean you are unsuitable for volunteering. Please note that after your interview we will ask you to apply for an Enhanced Disclosure from the Criminal Records Bureau.