Huntingdonshire Society for the Blind has provided support to the community since 1922 offering a lifetime of support for people who are blind or partially sighted. Our services are open to anyone in the County of Huntingdonshire who has or is experiencing sight loss. There is no membership charge and you do not need to be registered as sight impaired to join the Society. To find out more about our story, go to our heritage page to find out our 100+ years history.
The object of the Charity is to assist blind and partially sighted individuals who reside in Huntingdonshire to live as independently as possible.
The Society provides a wide range of services to visually impaired people and their carers in order to meet a variety of needs. Find out more about our services.
Find out what is coming up in the diary by searching our Events page. If you would like any more information about any of the events then please get in touch
Social and Development Manager
Finance Manager & Book Group Coordinator
We are governed by our Board of Trustees. Our current Board members are listed below.
Taking on a charity trusteeship at the Society is a rewarding and beneficial way to volunteer your time. You will have the chance to support and shape the work and strategic direction of the Society, and you can make a significant difference to individuals in Huntingdonshire living with sight loss.
We are always looking for new trustees which can offer a diverse range of skills, knowledge, qualities and experiences. These might include legal or financial knowledge, principles in diversity and inclusion, knowledge of Human Resources, life skills, personal lived experience of sight loss, or knowledge of the local community.
You can get involved with Huntingdonshire Society for the Blind, if you have some time to spare then volunteering might be of interest.