Support our Services

You can make a difference to the lives of visually impaired children and adults by volunteering in one of our services. If you're a hands-on individual looking for a practical and worth while volunteering experience, we'd love to hear from you.

Our volunteer roles include:

Braeside House resident chatting with a volunteer

Braeside House

Do you have a couple of hours a week spare to make a difference to the lives of visually impaired older people? Braeside House has a range of volunteer opportunities - whether you want to help out in the garden, at mealtimes, or just pop in for a friendly chat over a cuppa!

Please note all Braeside volunteers will require a valid PVG disclosure check prior to commencing the role. 

Please contact us if you have any questions. 

Royal Blind School and Kidscene After School & Holiday Club

Our school, and after school and holiday club occasionally take volunteers that can help the staff plan and deliver activities or lessons. Experience of working with children is helpful, although not essential. An interest in working with young people and an enthusiasm for play is what we are looking for!

There are currently no volunteering opportunitnies available for the Royal Blind School or Kidscene. Please check back in the summer time. 

If you are interested in volunteering for one of our services or just wish to know more about volunteering with Royal Blind, please contact our Fundraising & Marketing team. Our voluntary positions require PVG disclosure checks

Scottish War Blinded

Our sister charity, Scottish War Blinded, supports all veterans with sight loss.The Linburn Centre in Scottish War Blinded member taking part in a flower arranging class. West Lothian and The Hawkhead Centre in Paisley are free facilities which provide activities such as IT training, arts and crafts, and sports. If you would like to doante your time or skills then please get in touch