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Volunteering

Part of the team

Warwickshire Vision Support is extremely proud of its dedicated team of award winning volunteers.

With more than 150 individuals regularly committing their time and skills, we are able to provide a comprehensive service to our members. Our flexible approach enables you to chose when to volunteer and how many hours you wish to contribute. Whether it is a couple of hours a month or a couple of hours each day, we would love to hear from you.

A number of our volunteers received recognition at the High Sheriff Awards in March 2024

To become a volunteer, all you need is enthusiasm and a desire to help and we’ll give you all the training and support you need. We welcome people from all nationalities and backgrounds.

Whoever you are and however you choose to volunteer, you’ll be part of a supportive community coming together to help visually impaired people across Warwickshire.

Volunteer Group

Volunteer Vacancies:

Support Centre Volunteers (monthly)

Shipston

(4th Tuesday afternoon of month)

Southam

(1st Tuesday afternoon of month)

Atherstone

(3rd Friday morning of month)

Club Leaders

Coleshill

(1st Tuesday afternoon of month)

Kenilworth

(2nd & 4th Tuesday afternoon of month)

Leamington

(1st & 3rd Wednesday morning of month)

Nuneaton

(2nd Tuesday afternoon of month)

Southam

(3rd Wednesday afternoon of month)

Club Helpers

Coleshill

(1st Thursday afternoon of month)

Southam

(3rd Wednesday afternoon of month)




Support Centre Volunteer (weekly)

Rugby

(every Wednesday morning)

Nuneaton

(every Thursday morning)

Club Transport

Admin

Stratford,

Kenilworth,

Leamington

Driver

Kenilworth, Leamington,

Southam, Atherstone,

Coleshill, Nuneaton,

Bedworth


IT Volunteers

Nuneaton

(Thursday morning)

Rugby

(Wednesday morning)

Atherstone, Coleshill, Bedworth

(monthly centres depending on demand)

Telephone

Befrienders

All Areas



All volunteers will be provided with details of our policies and procedures and they can also be found here.

The training which we provide includes: Sight Loss Awareness and Safeguarding.

All Volunteers will be requested to undertake a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) Check at the appropriate level for the role. Two references will also be required.

Get in touch

If you would like to find out more about volunteering please call us on 01926411331 or complete our contact form.

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