In the last year...

  • 1,187 clients

    served by VisionCorps in five counties.

  • 14,842 hours

    of service provided to individuals with vision loss.

  • 106,408 hours

    filed by employees with vision loss.

  • 359 new clients

    referred for rehabilitation services.

Ways you can volunteer!


Transporting clients to VisionCorps events and other necessary appointments

Friendly Visiting

Providing support in-home or on the phone with individual clients


Assisting with administrative work in various departments

Youth Services Programming

Participating in Youth Service programs and activities throughout the year


I have been involved with VisionCorps for 15 years as a volunteer and for the past year as a member of the Board of Trustees.

I chose VisionCorps because I had a family member with vision loss and saw how it changes how you deal with your daily life. VisionCorps has the resources that allow people with vision loss to learn how to live with that loss and continue to enjoy their lives.

John Meyer - Volunteer

An older man volunteers to help provide sighted guide to a middle aged male client.
A little girl holds a small garden shovel to dirt in a raised garden bed, while a middle aged female volunteer looks on.
An older woman in a bright red shirt sits in the back seat of a VisionCorps van, waiting for the volunteer driver to transport her.

Volunteer Application

Thank you for your interest in volunteering! Complete the questions below, and someone will be in touch to discuss current opportunities.