Volunteers play a vital role in the work of Cardiff Institute for the Blind. The time given up freely by our volunteers is what allows us to help blind and partially sighted people throughout our community.
Quite simply, without volunteers, we can’t reach those most in need of help and reassurance, or provide the hope and independence that we seek to bring to people living with sight loss.
Volunteers help us run a wide range of important services, such as social activity clubs, home visits, safe transportation, hospital support at the eye clinic, computer training and a resource centre packed with aids and gadgets – to name but a few.
If you’re thinking “I want to give my time”, thank you. As little as an hour each month can make all the difference to somebody.
If you think that you would like to help in some way, please take a look at our volunteering opportunities, or call us on 029 2039 8900. You can also call into our offices on Womanby Street or, if you don’t live in Cardiff, look at the nationwide Volunteering Opportunities Finder on the RNIB site.