Volunteer short-term or only once

Sometimes you just don’t have enough time or energy to make a full-time or a regular commitment. But you would still like to get involved with our cause and make a difference to the lives of children and young people living with sight loss and their families. We understand that regular volunteering might not be suitable for everybody.

What is it all about?

Depending on how much time you have you can do the following:

1 minute to spare – follow us on different social media platforms – like us on Facebook, follow us on Instagram and Twitter and share the content we post. 

10 minutes to spare – tell a friend, member of your family, work colleague or a fellow student about us. Become an ambassador of our work.

1 hour to spare – join us for one of our events – online concerts for example. Become a part of our community. Have an in-depth conversation with a friend about how sight loss could impact your life. 

Few hours to spare – organise a fundraising event to raise awareness about our work. Take on a personal challenge. Empty your shed of items you don’t need any more and sell them online. Find your own way to support our amazing work.

Or join us at one of the events as a cheerpoint volunteer to support RSBC runners and show them the appreciation they deserve. Please note that cheerpoint volunteer opportunities are face-to-face opportunities and will only take place in line with government advice on COVID-19.

Next steps:

Sign up to volunteer by filling in the online form and we will be in touch to arrange a time to meet (virtually at the moment). We will talk through different short-term volunteer opportunities and will answer any questions you might have.