Our charity 'CSSEF' has many exciting opportunities for volunteers to get on board with our charity. For some volunteers they want the opportunity to give back to the local community and help others, while others want to develop team skills and build knowledge. Whatever your reasons for volunteering, We can offer posts that are both challenging and rewarding. 

Volunteering includes helping at our charity shop 'Just4Kids', event preparation including Summer Fayres, Quiz Nights, Chocolate Bingo etc and more.  Volunteering also could be helping at our bi-weekly session at The Hub.  


Every second Sunday from 11am till 2pm, at the Badshot Lea Kiln in Farnham, you could volunteer for us.  This could include setting up the session, playing air hockey, table football, arts and crafts and more. We would love to find volunteers who are BSL users so please get in touch.

Just4Kids Charity Shop (145 London Road, Camberley, Surrey GU15 3JY)

We welcome everyone and anyone. You can do as little as an hour as and when you can or you could put yourself on our volunteer rota. We have lots of tasks that involve sorting donations, preparing the shop, serving customers and so much more. We are open Monday to Saturday from10am-2pm. Every bit of time you donate, really does make a big difference.


We welcome companies to 'Donate A Day' to our charity by working in our charity shop 'Just4Kids'.  We have welcomed Novartis, Skillsoft and the Job Centre.  To arrange a date for your company to support us, please email us on

Volunteering Locations

Our charity shop is based in Camberley, at 145 London Road.

The Hub is based at Badshot Lea The Kiln in Farnham.


Chloe's and Sophie's Special Ears Fund is seeking one person to join our Board of Trustees. The board currently draws on a broad spectrum of experience and includes individuals with business, policy, and financial experience.   We are now seeking a person with Strategic Planning experience.

What’s involved?

As a trustee, you would be instrumental in planning the strategic future of the charity. You would be responsible for ensuring that it is accountable to its beneficiaries, to the Charity Commission and the public in general.

Prospective trustees will be expected to play a role in the operation of the charity, for example by contributing to training, research or publications, attending events, and speaking to the media, depending on the trustee’s particular skills and interests. The board usually meets 4 times a year.

We expect trustees to participate in a majority of meetings either in person or via video conferencing or telephone.  Potential trustees must be eligible to become charity trustees.

Please email us on if you would like more information.

Deaf Awareness

A big part of our vision in our charity is to provide Deaf Awareness sessions in schools and workplaces. Maybe you have had personal experiences you could be part of our talks? Or would you be interested in preparing Deaf Awareness Resources and delivering them to local schools? If so we'd like to hear from you.