• Do something different!
• Support our essential charity work for Deaf young people
• Enhance your CV
• Get involved with your local community
• Make new friends
• Develop new skills and gain experience
• Gain a sense of personal achievement
• Have fun!
Could you donate one day to support Exeter Deaf Academy? We are always looking for volunteers to help with one off events and projects. If you would like to find out more, please contact our Fundraising Team who will then keep you informed of any one-off event volunteering opportunities as they come up.
Could you spare some time to distribute and service Academy collection boxes in your local area? For more information about this role, please contact our Fundraising Team. A full induction and training will be provided.
To find out more please contact our Fundraising Team on email@example.com or phone 01392 267019.
Please note: Exeter Deaf Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young adults; as such an enhanced DBS check is required for all ongoing volunteer roles.
Find out more about volunteering at the Deaf Academy from Catrina one of our Fundraising Volunteers:
‘I have always wanted to support the Deaf community. Actually, as a child I was a big fan of the Osmonds, I still am! The two eldest members of the Osmond family were born Deaf. Not many people know that the pop group was originally formed to pay for their hearing aids. When I was looking for volunteering opportunities in Exeter, the Deaf Academy really appealed to me. I knew I would get a great sense of achievement in being able to give time towards supporting Deaf students in education.
My volunteer role is really broad. On one day I could be visiting local businesses to service
collection tins or selling car raffle tickets in the city centre. On another day I’ll be helping out with office admin and contacting our lovely supporters.
If anyone is considering volunteering, I would say just DO IT! The time that I spend with Exeter Deaf Academy, is time well spent and really does feel like it makes a difference.’