Want people challenged by sight loss?
Nonprofit that grants, free of any charges, assistive equipment to people with uncorrectable sight loss seeks North Dakota and Wisconsin volunteers.
Eye-Link Foundation (eye-link.org), is a 501(c)3 nonprofit that grants assistive equipment and training to people with low vision or blindness, has opened its doors in North Dakota and Wisconsin.
Eye-Link North Dakota and Wisconsin is looking for two volunteer positions who could dedicate approximately one hour per month to procuring and delivering adaptive equipment. One volunteer would help manage the website and the other would be a member at large, handling general duties as summarized below.
Volunteers meet quarterly to review grant applications for assistive hardware and software packages to North Dakota and Wisconsin residents who are struggling with uncorrectable sight loss, or Blindness. These highly specialized adaptive technologies give a "voice" to text on monitors, documents, household mail, food & prescription labels, restaurant menus, magazines, books, classroom notes, smart phones, and other devices.
Eye-Link is ready to change lives in North Dakota and Wisconsin. If you’d like to be part of this effort, and for more information, call Jim Justesen at 763-561-6767 or email Justesen1@comcast.net
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About EYE-LINK FOUNDATION
6800 WILLOW LN, BROOKLYN CTR, MN 55430, US
Eye-Link's mission and sole purpose is to provide people experiencing uncorrectable sight loss--through a grant application process--a wide array of highly specialized assistive technologies and any associated training.
The Eye-Link Foundation provides highly specialized assistive equipment at no cost to non-veteran residents experiencing sight loss.