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Are you organised and do you enjoy being part of a team? Do you like office / computer work? We need people who can carry out administrative duties including speaking to customers to support our teams. By giving your time and skills you will be part of a dedicated group of people who make a real difference to the lives of people with sight loss.
Do you enjoy meeting and helping people? Your skills, friendly manner and passion will help us to support people who have been diagnosed with sight loss. You will be part of a small team, helping to run events, provide sighted guiding and look after participants and guest speakers.
Do you have sewing and knitting skills which you'd like to use to help others? Are you friendly and outgoing? We'd love you to join us and support our blind and partially sighted tenants with their mending and craft tasks at Swail House in Epsom.
Do you have a passion for gardening which you'd love to share? We'd like you to join and help us develop our new garden club. You will be supporting blind and partially sighted tenants at Bradbury Oak House in East Dulwich to discover the joys of gardening.
Additional Location Information
London: Bradbury Oak House, 2-4 Underhill Road, East Dulwich, London SE22 0AH
Are you friendly, organised, reliable and want to be part of a busy team? Do you want to gain valuable admin experience? Our friendly Regional Property Team at Peterborough is looking for an admin volunteer to support their facilities management services at our corporate sites.
Are you friendly and outgoing, do you enjoy meeting new people? We need your help at various activities and events organised in your local area for blind and partially sighted people. You will be part of a small team helping with a variety of tasks such as welcoming guests, sighted guiding, exercising guide dogs and general all round assistance to make sure the everything runs smoothly.
Do you have excellent organisation skills, the ability to carry out a number of tasks at the same time, enjoy meeting new people? We need someone who can help our RNIB Connect community team plan, organise and run a variety of events for blind and partially sighted people.
We’re building a vibrant community of blind and partially sighted people to connect with other people affected by sight loss. We need you to join our community team to help organise, support and promote social activities and events, explore and share what’s available for people with sight loss in your local area.
Are you friendly and outgoing? We’re looking for someone to assist at our regular social and special interest activities groups for blind and partially sighted people. You will help set up activities, make everyone feel welcome, assist with preparing light refreshments and having a friendly chat with group participants.
Do you have good organisational skills and enjoy meeting people? We are looking for someone who is reliable and keen to bring together blind and partially sighted people at different meetings and to develop activities. We want to help people with sight loss share their own experiences to benefit others and to promote confidence with the challenges of everyday living.