Volunteering not only benefits the organisation or sector where an individual is volunteering through shared skills, ideas and lived experiences, but it can also have a profound impact on the volunteer themselves.
This includes increased confidence, learning new skills, making new friends and opening up opportunities.
We have a number of volunteering roles available for blind and partially sighted people as part of our Sight Loss Councils (SLCs). We have SLCs in Birmingham, the Black Country, Merseyside, Greater Manchester, Bristol and Gloucestershire, with plans to expand these into new areas over the coming months and years. Find out more. Visit the Sight Loss Councils website
For the latest volunteering opportunities please check back to this page later, follow us on social media or email us on [email protected].
Are you a young person, living in the North West or West Midlands, who wants to enable blind and partially sighted people to live the life they want to lead? Find out how you can join our Young Voices team.
Hear stories from other volunteers and how volunteering changed their lives.
What are the issues and challenges for blind and partially sighted people? Find out how you could influence local change and have your say.
We offer opportunities for corporate organisations to get involved in various ways for mutual benefit – from sharing expertise and skills with us to sighted guiding.