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    We are always looking for people interested in volunteering at Deaf Action.

    Whether your interest lies in retail, office work, events, marketing or fundraising we would love you to get in touch. Simply complete our online application and we’ll be back in touch with you shortly.

    Why volunteer with Deaf Action?

    People volunteer for all sorts of reasons. Most people that volunteer with us have an interest in others and in making a difference with their time.

    Below are just some of the replies we got when we asked our lovely volunteers what motivates them to do the wonderful work that they do:

    Whatever your reason is for volunteering, we would love to hear from you!

    If you would like to volunteer for Deaf Action, please download and complete our volunteer application form and send it to admin@deafaction.org or post to Deaf Action, 49 Albany Street, Edinburgh, EH1 3QY.

    Applications are welcome from all sections of the community. We expect our volunteers to share our commitment to the core values of Deaf Action. A PVG check may be required for some voluntary positions.

    Please note that we are an equal opportunities employer and are committed to the principle of equality in accordance with legislative provisions.

    We do not condone any unlawful discriminatory act or attitude in the course of employment or voluntary positions.

     

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