Volunteers needed in February at Elementary schools
- A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
2 people are interested
Kids Vision for Life St. Louis provides free comprehensive vision services, including vision screenings, eye exams, and prescription eyewear for elementary, middle, and high school students at Title 1 schools around the St. Louis area. Our vision is to give students with visual impairments free glasses in order to provide the best education possible. Many families do not have the ability to provide eye care for their children, which can be detrimental to their education.
With our rapid growth comes an increase in demand for volunteers. We need volunteers to go with us to different schools in the area and conduct vision screenings. We train all volunteers on site, so no previous experience is needed. We do screenings every day at a different school from 8:45am-1:00pm and typically have 4-8 volunteers a day. Volunteers will get the chance to make a difference in hundreds of children’s lives in just one screening day.
About Kids Vision for Life- St. Louis
10465 St. Charles Rock Road, St. Ann, MO 63074, US
To Eliminate poor vision and it's life long consequences.
Kids Vision for Life provides vision screenings, eye exams and new eyeglasses to students in need, ages 5-18, at no cost to the family through mobile clinics, school systems, central locations and special events. Vision screenings, eye exams, and prescription eyewear are provided to elementary-aged students that are economically disadvantaged and would not otherwise be able to obtain them.
KVFL currently provides vision services for the following school districts: St. Louis Public Schools, Riverview Gardens, Jennings, Ferguson-Florissant, Bayless, Normandy, Maplewood Richmond Heights, Hancock Place, Ritenour, Pattonville, as well as several charter schools in the area.
Buder Elementary5319 Lansdowne Ave.St. Louis, MO 63109
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