Our valued volunteers continue to be central to our work
Helping others makes you feel valued and with the wide variety of volunteering opportunities available at Sight Concern, there is bound to be something for you. We’ll find you a role to match your own needs and lifestyle.
We want to make sure you get the most out of your volunteering time, so we aim for a vibrant volunteering environment with lots of opportunities.
- Meet new people
- Make new friends
- Feel part of a team
- Widen your own social activities
It’s all about:
- Gaining new skills, confidence and experience
- Developing existing skills and knowledge
- Enhancing your CV
- Improving your employment prospects
- Using your professional skills and knowledge to benefit others who are in need
Maybe you want to give something back or have a desire to make a difference to the lives of others? Perhaps you have a busy lifestyle and want some quality time away from it? Do you have a hobby which you could share with someone?
Individually and collectively, our volunteers really brighten the lives of the people they meet. A small contribution of your time can make a huge difference in helping us reach more people. You’ll find more stories about the many and varied roles our volunteers do on our blogs.https://www.sightconcern.co.uk/news-and-events/
Volunteer for Sight Concern ……give a little and you’ll get an awful lot back!
We’d love you to join us! Please call us on 01905 723245 and ask to speak to Cat Mackenzie (our Volunteer Coordinator) or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Josie, one of our volunteers says” I love volunteering at Sight Concern, I look forward to going every week, they do an amazing job helping blind and partially sighted people learn how to do things differently and get their confidence back”.
“I look forward to the call on that day, to that few minutes. And to know there’s someone out there who cares.”
“I live in an isolated location and I couldn’t do without my volunteer”
“My volunteer is invaluable – her visits have made me less introspective, not so bored and brooding”
“My volunteer is great help with telephoning food orders and labelling packets”.