Key Campaigner - Royal National Institute For Blind People

City and Hunslet, Leeds

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Description

Our mission is to challenge blindness by empowering people who are blind or partially sighted, removing the barriers they face and helping to prevent blindness.

We are looking for volunteers who would be willing to complete three or four Key Campaigner actions a year to support RNIB's national and local campaigns. Volunteers might be asked to send emails, write letters or contact key national or local politicians or service providers to ask for a better deal for blind and partially sighted people. From time to time volunteers will be invited to get involved in local and regional meetings or events to demonstrate support for positive change on issues affecting blind and partially sighted people. Volunteers will also be able to let us know about something they have come across that needs challenging and help us and others to take action to change it.

This service provider has not updated their information since 23/9/2015. Our target is that all service information should be no older than six months. You may wish to contact the provider to confirm the information before attending.

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Contact information

01133 862800
Tracy.dearing@rnib.org.uk
www.rnib.org.uk

Address

Action For Blind People, Fairfax House, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS2 8JU

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For ages

Minimum age: 14 Years

Costs

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    CRB policy? No

    Last updated

    Last updated: 23/9/2015

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