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Do you have a friendly telephone manner and an interest in research? We are measuring the impact our volunteers have, so we can champion their contribution and support them more. You can help us by interviewing our customers, to gain their views on the support they receive.
Are you friendly, patient and confident? We need you to assist with monthly weekend activities for blind and partially sighted children and young people aged 5-14. You will be based in various locations around Nottingham and help run a fun, safe and memorable experience by providing support with a variety of activities.
Over 16's only.
Do you have good admin skills and a friendly telephone manner? We are looking for someone to help us organise an exciting programme of events and activities for children and young people who are blind or partially sighted, researching funding, organising session plans and creating advertising.
Are you friendly, patient and confident? We need you to assist with activities at residential breaks for blind and partially sighted children and young people aged 8-17. You will help run a fun, safe and memorable experience by providing support with a variety of activities.
Over 18's only.
We specifically need volunteers for a residential for 14-17 year olds, 17-20 Feb 2015
Do you enjoy meeting and helping people? Your skills, friendly manner and passion will support us to deliver an exciting new course to blind and partially sighted people in locations across Dorset, Hampshire, Wiltshire and the Isle of Wight.
Living with Sight Loss is a programme of 6 days spread over 6 weeks, for newly diagnosed people with sight loss.
Are you a qualified Counsellor? You could play a vital role as part of the Action Talking Therapies Network, offering face to face counselling to people in the North West whose lives are affected by sight loss. The service supports blind and partially sighted people, their families and carers.
Do you have creative flair, good writing skills and the confidence to promote events and activities in your local area that will raise awareness and funds to make a difference to the lives of blind and partially sighted children and adults?
Are you reliable and innovative with good organisational and admin skills? If you love meeting new people, organising events and publicity we need you to join and support one of our Fundraising Groups. We can offer you the chance of being part of a team that raises funds to help and support blind and partially sighted children and adults.
Do you have the leadership skills to draw a team together, to organise events and activities that will raise awareness and funds to make a difference to the lives of blind and partially sighted children and adults?
We are looking for enthusiastic volunteers to lead Fundraising Groups and who have the flair to put fun into fundraising.
Do you enjoy seeing a project through from start to finish? Are you interested in joining our fundraising team working with them to identify fundraising opportunities and organise events to help raise awareness and funds to make everyday better for blind and partially sighted people.