Get involved and make a difference
At Sight Service volunteers are an important and valued part of the service we provide. Working together, staff and volunteers help to meet the needs of people with visual impairment. We aim to make our volunteer opportunities both rewarding and enjoyable.
What can volunteering with Sight Service offer me?
An Opportunity to:
Meet new people and make new friends
Increase confidence and skills
Gain a sense of satisfaction and achievement
Be part of our team in providing a quality service that is both rewarding and satisfying
Work in a supportive environment
Make a positive difference to the lives of visually impaired people
Build up your CV
Work one to one or as part of a group
What support will be given?
Training that includes induction and an introduction to Visual Impairment Awareness
Each volunteer receives a Volunteer handbook and support from staff
Expenses paid (in line with company policy)
How do I become a Volunteer with Sight Service?
Once you contact us we will send you a volunteer application form and we can arrange an informal meeting with a member of staff. If you prefer, you can complete the application form at this meeting. We aim to match your skills and interests to the opportunities we have available.
We will ask you to provide us with contact details for two referees. You will also need to complete a Disclosure and Barring Service check (DBS) and we can help with this.
Please contact us for more information.