Carroll Center for the Blind
EVENT AMBASSADOR DESCRIPTION
The Carroll Center for the Blind is planning our first ever 5K race and we need your help to make it a success!
Join us as event ambassadors and, together, we can make an impact on so many individuals with vision
impairments or blindness and give them the opportunity to thrive in our life-changing programs.
The role of an ambassador is to lead, promote, and recruit which are all crucial to the success of this
Promote the event to your social network, media channels, family, friends, classmates, and colleagues
to encourage them to get involved.
Recruit a minimum of 5 individuals to register to run, walk, or bike the 5K.
Lead your recruits and share with them fundraising tools (provided by The Carroll Center) to help them
each raise a minimum of $500.
This is a great opportunity to earn volunteer hours for college applications, give back through work
volunteer programs, and support your community through a wonderful cause.
o Earn volunteer hours and credit needed for your resume and/or college application.
o Gain recognition by The Carroll Center for the Blind of your volunteer time and commitment.
o Obtain new skills and leadership experience.
o Community service hours.
The official event date is Sunday, April 25, 2021 to celebrate on a virtual Zoom with all that participated.
For more information or to get involved, contact the Development Team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About Carroll Center for the Blind
770 CENTRE ST, NEWTON, MA 02458, US
The Carroll Center for the Blind empowers those who are blind or visually impaired to achieve independence and to lead a fulfilling life.
Established in 1936, The Carroll Center has pioneered many innovative services for the blind and visually impaired. We have developed many methods for people with low vision to learn the skills to be independent in their homes, in class settings, and in their work places. Our services for the blind include vision rehabilitation services, vocational and transition programs, assistive technology training, educational support and recreation opportunities for individuals who are visually impaired of all ages. For over 70 years, The Carroll Center staff has provided help for the blind for thousands of blind and vision impaired persons with diverse opportunities for success and independent living.