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Age Scotland’s Ambassadors are older people who volunteer their time to support our charity’s work in communities across the country. 

Our Ambassadors contribute their personal lived experience, knowledge, and ideas to inform and enrich our work. They help to keep us connected and visible locally and provide vital pathways of communication between member groups and our board of trustees. They ensure that older people across the country have a voice in shaping the strategic direction of the charity. 

We are growing our team of Ambassadors. We want to improve and expand our connections with member groups in urban, rural and island communities and amongst communities of interest including older people living with dementia, unpaid carers, older veterans, and older people from ethnic minority and LGBTQ+ communities.

Graham Reece Ambassador

I really enjoy being an ambassador especially visiting groups and talking about the work Age Scotland does on behalf of its members. One of the most important parts of being an ambassador is gathering the concerns of our members and the issues affecting older people and passing them on to Age Scotland where this information is collated, and help given where necessary. The best part is meeting the members and hearing their stories and hopefully helping in some small way.

Graham Reece, Age Scotland Ambassador

Are you interested in becoming an Ambassador?

If you share our values and vision and would like to get involved, we'd love to hear from you.

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