SeeAbility supports people with sight loss and multiple disabilities.
Our residents are looking for volunteers who are willing to spend time with them in their homes in Ashtead. This could involve a wide range of activities from talking, reading, listening to music, cooking, gardening or doing other activities that you and the residents both enjoy. Some residents would like support to go into the village for shopping or coffee. Most of all, our residents would simply like to make new friends.
You don't need to make a big commitment - just an hour a week would be fantastic. The day and time you visit can be flexible, but we are looking for someone willing to make a regular commitment.
Your help will make a real difference to the lives of people with disabilities; volunteering for us can be a very rewarding experience
We don't require any formal qualifications or experience of working with or volunteering with people with disabilities.
The day and time you can come in can be flexible, around your other commitments.
Surrey Young Farmers
Caterham and District Scouts
Fordbridge Day Centre
The Autism Trust UK & Polly's Place
Submit a quick enquiry to express your interest in this opportunity.