Sefton Central Labour MP Bill Esterson attended Age Concern Crosby's fundraising coffee morning on Saturday.
The MP joined Age Concern Crosby supporters at the Haigh Road Day Centre.
Visitors had the chance to not only enjoy a coffee, but also treat themselves to some home made cakes while also picking up a bargain or a handmade skincare product from new Thornton business Green Bubble.
Age Concern Crosby chairman Chris Dale told Bill that fundraising events are held at the day centre at least twice a year.
Chris said: "We have a very active social calendar hear at Age Concern Crosby. We have two fundraising events a year. We run luncheon clubs and we run annual holidays.
"We also take some of our service users on day trips in our minibus several times a year and we always have a Christmas lunch in each of our clubs prior to Christmas. If anyone knows a friend or relative who would like to attend our weekly clubs they will be made very welcome. Just contact our office or send their details through our website.
"Each time we hold these fundraisers, we always gets lots of support from the community of Crosby and further afield.
"While the fundraising is vital for us to continue the work we do here in Crosby, our community events also give us the chance to raise awareness about the work that we do.
"We are currently appealing for volunteers. Anyone who can spare a few hours a week to help would be made most welcome. Just give us a call and we can give you more information."
Bill said he was delighted to support Age Concern Crosby.
Bill said: "Age Concern Crosby does fantastic work in our community. They provide support and care for people here in our community who need it.
"Elderly people here in Crosby, Blundellsands, Brighton-le-Sands, Hightown, Thornton, Maghull and Lydiate, as well as Waterloo, Seaforth, Litherland and Bootle have access to the excellent services that Age Concerns Crosby offers.
"I was delighted to meet members of the committee on Saturday at their coffee morning fundraiser as well as some of the people who benefit from the services Age Concern Crosby provide.
"I urge anyone with any spare time to contact the centre and get involved."
To volunteer, contact the Age Concern Crosby office on 0151 949 0512. Or for further information, go to our new website at www.accrosby.co.uk