Join the Rhythm of Change: Empower Music and Podcasting for the Blind!

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disabled and grassroots artists, showcasing their diverse musical styles and talents. But to achieve our goals, we need passionate and dedicated board members like you!

Are you someone who appreciates the timeless tunes of the 70s and also keeps up with the latest music trends? Are you excited about making a meaningful impact in the music industry while supporting a noble cause? Join us as a board member and help us generate funds through engaging events and sponsorships.

At Innervision, we believe that music knows no boundaries. Our focus on podcasting extends our reach and allows us to provide unique insights and perspectives to our listeners. As a board member, you'll play a crucial role in booking artists for our podcasts and events, ensuring that the disabled and grassroots artists get the recognition they deserve.

Your involvement will go beyond just administrative tasks. You'll also be on the ground, using your creativity to design captivating MP3 covers and t-shirts. Capture the magic of our events by taking pictures and recording videos with your phone, allowing us to share these memorable moments with our community.

Additionally, your organizational skills will be put to use as you coordinate volunteers and man our tables during events. While at it, you'll collect valuable contacts and emails, connecting with college radio stations, stores, and restaurants, persuading them to play our artists' music or feature our internet station, KINV-DB Innervision FM.

As our secretary during our monthly phone call conference meetings, you'll help keep us organized and on track with our goals. Managing our YouTube and Facebook accounts, as well as handling newsletters and Mail Chimp, will be essential in spreading the word about our impactful initiatives.

But that's not all! Your expertise will also be required to send out grant proposals and seek potential businesses interested in sponsoring our radio station. With your assistance, we can secure the necessary resources to keep Innervision thriving.

If you're excited about supporting the blind community and empowering disabled and grassroots artists through the business of music and podcasting, we invite you to learn more about us at and

Together, we can make a positive difference in the lives of blind musicians and redefine the world of music and podcasting. Join us at Innervision and be a part of this remarkable journey. Let's make a difference, one melody at a time!

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About innervision


1255 Galapago St., #711, Denver, CO 80204, US

Mission Statement

"The hippest public charity in Colorado!" "The mission of Innervision is to showcase the talents of physically and financially challenged musical artists, through live and taped radio and televised performances, to enrich the Denver community."


You can hear examples of our radio and TV shows by typing in:, or listening to our radio show through Wed/Fri 8:00am to 8:30am KUVO 92.9FM 92.9FM


Innervision is a local non-profit organization that works with disadvantaged and physically challenged musical artists. Innervision has been in existence since 1990. As a recording and performing agency, our purpose is to assist disabled artists in achieving their goals.

Please feel free to contact Mr. Johnnie Johnson, President of Innervision, for additional information


Board Development
Media & Broadcasting
People with Disabilities
Board Development, Media & Broadcasting, People with Disabilities


Wed Jun 05, 2024 - Tue Sep 03, 2024
12:00 PM - 05:00 PM


1255 Galapago St.711Denver, CO 80204




  • Teens
  • People 55+


  • Must be at least 19
  • We have meetings over the phone once a month on Mondays at 7:00pm and we ask if you can help us 2 hours a week and three hours if you can. Depending on how many events we have you might do one hour, or sometimes three hours, once a month.

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