At the moment volunteering looks a bit different. See how you can help us and still follow social distancing rules.
Volunteering your time, skills, commitment and friendship can be life-changing. Like you, people we support want to get the most out of life. Volunteering enables people to connect and participate in their community, try new things, and makes inclusion a reality for many more people with learning disabilities, autism and sight loss.
You could be key to transforming someone’s day, and it’s incredibly rewarding for you too. Our volunteers enjoy meeting up with people for a chat, going for coffee (or a beer), watching football, fishing, sharing enjoyment of music or books, or group activities such as arts and crafts, drama and keep fit. The potential options for volunteering are huge.
There are volunteering opportunities at a wide range of locations. Volunteers support our services in Devon, East Sussex, Kent, Hampshire, Somerset, and Surrey.
Once you start, our dedicated Volunteer Co-ordinators will welcome you, make sure you understand everything you need know about your new role and give you training and ongoing support.
Here’s how you can volunteer to help and support others at SeeAbility during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic
Find an apply for volunteer roles on do-it.org.
News and stories from our volunteers.
Some important questions and answers about volunteering at SeeAbility
SeeAbility welcomes volunteers from organisations for one day or ongoing volunteer projects.