Promotion | Glasgow | Cue and Review Print Speaking to the Blind

Getting the Word Out There

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With 450 blind people in East Dunbartonshire, and 188,000 Scots, who are registered visually impaired it is vitally important that we recruit volunteers to use social media, the press, and gatherings to raise awareness of the daily service being provided by our studio volunteers.

If you drive, or have access to a car, and could take our display boards and promotional material to an exhibition please get in touch

If you have a talent for shrinking everything down to 140 characters or less (check that) and can help improve our social media presence please get in touch.

Always wanted to be a journalist? Always wanted to be published online or in print? We badly need people who can help get articles into local newspapers. We also need people to come up with ideas for both our blog and website.

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About Opportunity


Cue and Review - "Print Speaking to the Blind"  are looking for people to demonstrate how visually impaired people can access daily talking newspapers on their tablet, laptop or even on their phone. The role involves you contacting venues such as libraries health centres, hospitals and day care centres asking them to allow you to bring our display stand along and to talk to their clients. We are not just looking to speak to visually impaired people but also their sighted family and friends. We would look to recruit teams of two that would be able to act as ambassadors for the charity and be able to drive to each venue with the display materials. Team members need to have access to a laptop, tablet or mobile phone to enable the online audio player to be demonstrated. Access to Audio Ambassadors logo

Expenses Detail


Where agreed in advance mileage will be paid when events/venues have been visited.


Frequency & Commitment
Two to four hours per visit with a couple of visits per month


Minimium Age
Volunteers must be at least 18 years of age.

Access to Audio Corporate Ambassadors
 
  • TSB (Springburn Hub),
  • Allander Homecare,
  • Ceartas Advocacy,
  • Visibility Scotland
  • Jamie Reilly Electrician
  • Costello Carpentry
Get in touch with our team to become a corporate ambassador. Just involves taking our wallet-sized information cards and leaflets to pass on to your customers and family.
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Social Media Support
 

Working with a staff member or from home. The volunteer will help Cue and Review Print Speaking to the Blind communicate their various events through all aspects of Social Media. This involves Facebook and Twitter accounts, improving our existing Facebook page, engaging on Twitter to a wider audience and social networking with other agencies. Essential skills required would be an excellent knowledge of social media; other skills include; confidence, creativity and flexibility. Social Media Support logo

Skills & Experience


Good knowledge of social media, good written communication skills

Frequency & Commitment


This position is suitable to anyone wishing to volunteer from home but to stay in touch via Facebook chat face time or Skype.


Volunteers must be at least 18 years of age.

Print Off Some Posters 

 

Click on the picture and a pdf version will open in a new window. We would then love you to place the poster in your local library, doctors surgery or opticians. You really can make a difference by doing this.

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Gordon Stevenson Honorary President, Mark Hutton Chairman, Jim Campbell, Amy Ogungbemi, Ronnie Whiteside, Konrad Stroak 
Alastair C. McPhee (Managing Editor), Morag Mackay (Operations Director)

Cue & Review Recording Service Limited is a company limited by guarantee without share capital.

Scottish Charity No: SC018016  Company No: 129748. 

Registered Office: 18 Crowhill Road, Bishopbriggs, Glasgow G64 1QY.

Cue and Review Recording Service’s subsidiary Deanwood Ltd is the sole owner of the Bishopbriggs Media Centre profits are covenanted back to the charity

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