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We aim to make a real difference to the lives of 10 million people who are deaf or have a hearing loss across the United Kingdom. You can help us.

Our volunteers bring skills, experience, energy, enthusiasm and commitment to Action on Hearing Loss, and volunteering can make a difference in your life too, letting you meet new people and learn new skills.

If you have any questions about volunteering, please email

Action on Hearing Loss volunteer group.

Volunteering vacancies

Find out about our volunteering vacancies across the UK, how to apply and who you'll be volunteering with. You can search by vacancy or region.
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Our fantastic volunteers.

Our volunteers

Our volunteers give their time to help us support people with a hearing loss or tinnitus - read about them here and be inspired.
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Valuing volunteers with hearing loss.

Valuing volunteers with hearing loss

During National Volunteers Week 2013 we launched our 'Valuing volunteers with hearing loss' guide for organisations across the UK.
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The Jubilee Hour - A gift of time

The Queens Diamond Jubilee Volunteer Award

‘The Jubilee Hour’ campaign recognises the Queen’s 60 years of public service and encourages people to undertake 60 minutes of volunteering.
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Action on Hearing Loss volunteers at an information stand.

Areas of work

As a volunteer for Action on Hearing Loss you can make a difference in a number of ways. Why not help out people with hearing loss in the community or help inform members of the public about hearing loss at an information stand?
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Don't lose the music volunteers

Our values

In 2008 we launched six values that shape and define our working environment and culture. They guide us now and in the future and are shared by us all, including our volunteers.
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Action on Hearing Loss information stand.

Why volunteer

There are lots of reasons why volunteering with Action on Hearing Loss is rewarding. You'll not only help others but you'll also learn some new skills and be able to put your current skills into use.
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Volunteer supervisor overseeing volunteeer activities.

Guide to volunteering

If you want to know more about volunteering to work for us, these are the answers to some of your questions. Find out about applying for vacancies, how much time you will need, expenses, benefits, necessary skills, and the support and training we provide.
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Hear to help volunteer.

Information for volunteers who are deaf or hard of hearing

Many of our volunteers are people who are deaf, have a hearing loss, and this gives you a unique insight into the issues faced by the people who use Action on Hearing Loss services.
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M.U.S.I.C. Five ways to protext your hearing and enjoy music.