Deaf Links

Charity registered in Scotland SC040223

Deaf Links provides a wide range of services, activities and learning opportunities for Deaf, hard of hearing and sensory impaired people.

Current opportunities

An advocate provides a voice for those who may feel they are being ignored, excluded or treated unfairly. They provide a confidential service, representing the views and choices of the people they work with, empowering them to represent their own interests, providing information not advice, and allowing the person to be in control of their own life. Volunteer advocates promote the person's independence and increase their confidence.

Tayside Deaf Hub has opened a Social Enterprise Café to help fund their organisation. Open from 9am to 4pm it has become increasingly busy. We now feel that we need to add to the existing staff and need people to wait tables and be involved in till work and any other activities associated with running a Cafe

We have a position available, your level of involvement is arranged to suit your availability. You should have the use of your own car and hold a full driving licence for 3 years. Ability to use sign language (BSL) is desirable but not essential. Volunteers must be fit, be able to carry loads and climb stairs without difficulties. The role requires, collecting donated stock and delivering stock to the charity store

Do you have an interest in retail and fashion? Want to learn or update your current skills? Do you enjoy meeting people and have some spare time which could help others? Deaf Links is a Deaf Led Charity based in the Tayside Deaf Hub and we are looking for people to volunteer in our charity shop in the Wellgate Shopping Centre. You can find out more about us at We are looking for motivated and friendly people to help out in all aspects within the store. The role will involve sorting stock, hanging clothes, pricing items and serving customers and any other work associated within the store. Training for this will be provided.