• contactcelst@gmail.com
  • 07799 224361
Support Celst by Volunteering

Our Courses are free for those who are living with hearing loss, but we ask for a donation of up to £30 per term from those who feel able to make a contribution.

Some of our attendees are unable to contribute but we make our courses available to everyone with hearing loss, regardless of means. Contributions provided by our supporters are added to our funds to enable us to provide Lipreading courses.

ALL support of the Trust is welcome and if you would like to make a donation - Contact Us.

If you would like to help us improve the services for people with hearing loss, then please do consider donating or volunteering.

Support Celst by Volunteering

Do you have time to volunteer?

Our volunteer roles are varied and interesting, there's something for everyone. So if you can spare a little time please get in touch!

Thank you so much for choosing to support CELST. Your gift will help us support even more people silently struggling to live with hearing loss.

Current Vacancies:

The following vacancies are open for volunteers, please contact us if you would like to help.

  • Social Secretary: Arrange social activities and events
Our Supporters:

CELST is a registered charity in England and Wales, charity registration number 1162613.

CELST receives funds by applying for grants from charitable organisations and trusts, or through private donation.

The following organisations support CELST

  • Baron Davenports Charity
  • J C Seccombe Trust
  • The General Charities of the City of Coventry
  • The Big Lottery Funds for All
  • Heart of England Community Fund
  • Lennox Hannay Charitable Trust
  • Barchester Health Care Foundation
  • Leeds Building Society
  • One Stop Carriers for Causes
  • Saintbury Trust
  • Stratford Town Trust
  • Bedworth Lions
  • Town Council of Royal Leamington Spa
  • The Eveson Trust
  • Michael Marsh Charitable Trust
  • Sir Jules Thorn Charitable Trust
  • Kenilworth Lions
  • Edith & Jack Griffiths Charitable Trust