Volunteer Opportunities

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Audio Reader Program

Volunteers read and record local news that is broadcast directly to people with vision impairment in partnership with the KU Audio Reader Program.

We have available shifts twice a day , 8:00 am – 5:00 pm, Monday – Friday at our Kansas City Campus

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Youth Events & Summer Camps

Learn and grow as a volunteer for Alphapointe’s youth. Volunteers provide children with vision loss opportunities to use imagination and creativity in a fun and casual learning environment.

See Youth Services

Volunteer for Adventure Residency Camp
Volunteer for Adventure Day Camp 
Volunteer for Technology Camp

Image of our Volunteer Coordinator, Sharon Brown with guests at the Boots and Pearls event

Kansas City Events

With our events each year, many volunteers are needed to ensure each event is a success. Opportunities include working registration, serving on a committee, assisting with fundraising, serving meals and clean up and set up.

See Events

Become a Volunteer

Contact Sharon Brown at 816-237-2026 or sbrown@alphapointe.org

Volunteer Contact

“The more I volunteered there, the more I fell in love with the clients, the employees, and the mission of Alphapointe. It’s so exciting to see the amazing things going on at Alphapointe, and I love being a part of that and sharing it with others.”

“Great organization, great people, great mission.”
“Serving Alphapointe brings me a sense of pride knowing that we are helping our visually impaired community live a better quality of life.”

“I watch as people enter our office who are feeling hopeless, discouraged, doubtful and nervous. Many have had the experience of being told there is nothing else that can be done to help their vision or to improve the quality of their life. As I watch them leaving, I see mostly people who are encouraged, hopeful and excited about whatever help and improvements have been suggested and offered. They have hope again and often a big smile of gratitude realizing that these people understand and care.”