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Wales Council for Deaf people are looking for enthusiastic volunteers who are willing to give up their time to work with us on our many exciting projects and initiatives.

If you feel you have the time to spare and would like to work with us to develop and provide worthwhile services for Deaf and Hard of Hearing people across Wales then please contact us today. We will be happy to sit down with you for an informal chat and explain a little more about what we do whilst exploring ways in which we could work together to best utilise your skills.

We are soon to embark on setting up our first Charity Shop in South Wales and would love to hear from anyone interested in becoming involved with collection/preparation of stock and sales or helping us determine the location for our next shop.

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Who else can help Wales Council?

  • Fundraisers to help us generate new future sources of funding and maximise our current income streams.
  • Consultants with experience in HR, accountancy, IT, marketing, research and PR to provide support and specialist advice for the Council and our hard of hearing clubs across Wales.
  • People with experience of basic maintenance of hearing aids (re-tubing, basic repairs etc) to support our hard of hearing club members.
  • Local volunteers interesting in helping develop existing and planned support groups across Wales.
  • Volunteers to help staff our stalls at exhibitions, open days etc to provide information on our work at local events across Wales.
  • People with experience of website building to help maintain our existing website and generate new content.

There are also opportunities to become trustees, deliver training or work on some of our sub-committees campaigning to improve support for everyone with hearing loss.

We welcome people of all ages and abilities including people with hearing loss and provide regular opportunities to attend local training events and build on your existing skills base while volunteering with the Council.

Why not get in touch and arrange to pop in and see us, whether it be here in Pontypridd or at many of our Community Group meetings across Wales. We would love to meet you and discuss how we can work together to build a better, more inclusive, future for anyone with hearing loss.