SIGHT SUPPORT WORTHING NEEDS VOLUNTEERS
Volunteers are at the heart of every charity, and Sight Support Worthing is no different. Our volunteers usually stay with the charity for a long time, but as we grow we are always looking for new ones.
- Assist Members who suffer from Sight Impairment
- Help within the centre to organise and deliver our ambitious programme of events
- Help within the centre to organise and assist during regular weekly activities
- Assist Members on and off the mini-bus
- Donate an hour of their time or area of expertise to provide an activity, for example a Fitness Class, Sewing Class, Educative activity or lesson.
- Accompany Members on day trips and outings
- Hold a clean driving license (if applicable)
- Be able bodied and able to help others, whilst being able to adequately look after themselves
- Pro-active, with organisational and social skills
- Be subject to an advanced check against the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly CBR)
- Provided with training
- Offered First Aid Training
Drivers wanted to:
Help with our one to one Member’s Transport to Appointment Services
Are you a professional who can help?
The Charity would also like to reach out to professionals who would be willing to dedicate some of their expertise in helping to raise the profile of the Charity throughout Worthing. Marketeers, fund raisers etc.
Did you know the benefits of volunteering can be enormous to you, your family, and your community. Volunteering can help you to reduce stress, find friends, reach out to the community, learn new skills, and even advance your career. Giving to others can also help protect your mental and physical health. Volunteering is rewarding and can give you a focus or purpose if you are at a time in your life when you need a bit ‘more’ in your life and have time to help others.
Just remember, here at Sight Support Worthing the Board of Trustees believes that ‘no Volunteer’ should be out of pocket… all your expenses will be paid, and as a thank you, you will be invited to a Lunch or Tea each year.
If you can help, please contact:
Direct Line: 01903 235782
Let us know if you can help
For the safety of our members, all of our staff and volunteers are subject to disclosure and barring service (DBS) checks and are asked to sign confidentiality documents.