Becoming a volunteer is easy. We have over 100 volunteers (it’s easy to lose count!) and they perform miracles in so many ways. Without them we would not be able to function. Our volunteers commit to just the time that they feel they can give, and in return we offer relevant guidance, including training where necessary, and the opportunity to join a hugely happy band of people that come together to support those in Sussex with spina bifida and hydrocephalus.
Here’s some of the ways that volunteers can contribute:
Become a Trustee of SASBAH, or a Director of Saspire, our social enterprise. For more information click here.
Help in our many fundraising activities, which can mean a lot of fun with other people, and regular social occasions. For more information click here.
Become one of our volunteer ‘buddies’, helping a service user to get out and about. To find out more, click here.
Join our growing band of volunteers at Saspire, our enterprise centre, alongside service users who are gaining work experience and learning new skills. It’s a lot of fun, and making a real practical contribution to helping their development. For more details, click here.
Come away with us on one of our residential breaks, lending a hand to make holidays great for service users. To learn more, click here.
Join the Duke of Edinburgh’s Awards team, and get a buzz out of helping young people develop the skills they need to succeed in life. To see how, click here.
Volunteer to help with one of our regular social activities, such as an outing to a local attraction or a meal out, and enjoy yourself while helping others. For more information, click here.
Come along to one of the SASBAH Local Support Groups around East and West Sussex, and bring your smile to help service users and their families to fully integrate into community life. To find out how, click here.