RESOLVE TO SHARE YOUR TALENTS
By Surbiton People | Wednesday, January 29, 2014, 16:29
Local charity SeeAbility in Surbiton is looking for people ready to make a difference by volunteering their skills to enhance the lives of people with sight loss and other disabilities.
Current volunteers are making a difference using diverse skills such as beauty treatments, massage, music and art, and you could, too.
Martel Atterbury, Volunteer Co-ordinator, said, “Volunteers provide a link to the local community with the individuals we support and in time build friendships. We provide full training and the volunteers find the time they spend rewarding. If someone can spare a couple of hours each week to garden, drive, offer companionship or join activities both at and away from the service, we’d love to hear from them!”
SeeAbility’s supported living service in Surbiton enables five young people with complex disabilities to develop their independent living skills and become more involved in their local community. Lord Sebastian Coe is President of SeeAbility, formerly the Royal School for the Blind, and the Duchess of Gloucester is its Patron.
Please contact Martel on 07787 336116 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about volunteering.