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Talk to communities about deafness and our work

Photo: Deaf young people can volunteer giving presentations

Community Support Volunteer Presenters support our organisation by:

  • giving presentations about what we do and our services
  • assisting with deaf awareness workshops
  • visiting community groups who have fundraised for us or are planning to (e.g. saying thank you, collecting cheques)

You can be a Community Support Volunteer Presenter if you:

  • are aged 18 or over
  • are deaf or hearing
  • are willing to give presentations to different audiences in a range of venues, e.g. schools, community centres and other organisations
  • are happy to attend events as the only representative of NDCS

For more information, download the role description and read our Frequently Asked Questions