We currently have a vacancy for a Volunteer Receptionist between the hours of 9:30am - 2:30pm mainly on a Monday, but additional days are also required.
Do you want to help make a difference to the lives of our dDeaf Community?
Do you have a few hours to spare in the week?
If you can answer yes to the above questions please contact us for more information.
Click here to download the Volunteer Receptionist Information Poster
By April 2013 a third of England’s councils will have made cuts to vital education support for deaf children. This includes cutting funding for Teachers of the Deaf and Teaching Assistants who help deaf children understand in school. NDCS has launched a Stolen Futures campaign to stop these cuts and this week they have launched a film to raise awareness of the campaign. The film features some inspirational celebrities and adorable children! Click on the image below to watch the film.
Sign the petition here: www.ndcs.org.uk/petition. The petition is about cuts in England but any child or adult in the UK can sign it.
Text Flood Warning for Deaf People:
Floodline Warnings Direct is a free service which sends you a direct message when flooding is expected and may affect your property. Flood warnings will give you time to prepare for flooding which could save you time, money and heartache. You can receive warnings by telephone, mobile, email, SMS text message or fax, whichever you prefer.
Click on the link to visit the website:
Green Door Project:
Green Door is a four year project which is funded by the Lottery’s Reaching Communities fund, with some top-up funding from Stoke-on-Trent City Council and NHS Stoke. The project aims to encourage older and disabled people to make more use of green spaces in Stoke-on-Trent for the benefit of their physical and mental wellbeing..... Click here to read more
Click here to download a PDF version of the prospectus for February – July 2013.