Isle Access

Support Isle Access

We are always looking for new people to help us!

How can you make a difference?

  • Fundraising team member
  • Assist at accessible cycling days
  • Drive mobiloo trailer
  • Mobiloo attendant
  • Help at one of our events
  • Bake cakes
  • Take part in a collection day
  • Become a member of the steering group to help direct the actions of the charity
  • Office Administration
  • Website
  • Mystery shopping
  • Access audits
  • Shop online (,
  • Sell via eBay and donate
  • Collect stamps
  • Have a collection jar for our campaign – “GIVE A PENNY, OR MORE, SO ANOTHER CAN SPEND ONE WITH DIGNITY”

Fundraising Events are a fun way for people to help raise valuable funds for Isle Access. We will do everything to ensure that all our volunteers have the best possible experience while volunteering with us, and feel safe, supported and confident in their role.

A fundraising event in itself can be anything from a sponsored walk, a cake bake held by a group of friends, running a marathon or an adventurous challenge.

Whether you want to achieve a life-long goal or just wish to help your local community, taking part in an Isle Access Fundraising Event really will make a difference to the work that we can do championing access for all on the Isle of Wight.

We have an enthusiastic and dedicated fundraising team ready to support you with your ideas, we are here to help. If you are planning to hold your own event in aid of Isle Access and you would like us to add it to our events list and social media pages, please email the details of the event, including the time, date, a description of the event and any posters you may have to  Please don’t hesitate to get in touch

Any other suggestions are welcome:

We are always looking for new ways of fundraising and new and more challenging events. We love to hear any ideas you may have, or if you want to compete in a more challenging event as a group let us know, and we will do everything we can to help and support you.

The steering group for Isle Access meet every 3 months. The group discusses the current projects to ‘champion access for all’ and guide all aspects of the charities work. Individuals with access needs, their carers, friends and families are the best placed to know what is required in the local community.

If you are interested in getting involved, please email

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