Business volunteers help Brighton deaf school

Posted On 17 Aug 2015 at 4:27 pm

Volunteers from an insurance company picked up paint brushes and tins to help out a deaf school in Brighton.

The team from Allianz Insurance gave their time for a day of decorating at Hamilton Lodge Deaf School, in Walpole Road, Kemp Town.

Ashley Moon, from Allianz, said: “We enjoyed helping last summer and were keen to get involved again. We aren’t professional decorators but we are able and willing to help with paint brush.”

Hamilton Lodge Deaf School - volunteers from Allianz Insurance help out

Volunteers from Allianz Insurance spent a day decorating at Hamilton Lodge Deaf School in Brighton

The school’s business manager Simon Burgess said: “The support we receive from businesses and the local community helps us to focus our resources on the needs and wishes of our residential pupils, ensuring their childhoods are full of positive memories and helping them to become confident adults.”

Hamilton Lodge School and College for Deaf Students is a non-maintained special school for the deaf, providing both residential and non-residential places for children aged 4 to 19.

To volunteer or to raise funds for Hamilton Lodge, email Emma Daniel at

  1. Haddy Reply

    Hello my name is GpHaddy, am deaf too, am looking for volunteering for the deaf. Am interest more information about the deaf business in Brighton. I like to work support deaf children or activities for kids or events management etc. my detai,s email

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