Photo of group returning from bowling trip.

We at Community Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired are honored to have people donate their time and talents to the organization.

We need volunteers who are happy and energetic, with lots of enthusiasm and people skills. We seek people with knowledge in many areas such as:

  • Answering Phones
  • Stuffing Envelopes
  • Ceramics
  • Field Trips
  • Driving
  • Fundraising

We welcome you and look forward to a mutually rewarding experience at Community Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired. We encourage you to contact us via email at info@communitycenterfortheblind.org if you would like to volunteer. We will respond to your information promptly. CCBVI looks forward to welcoming you as a valuable volunteer.

Give back to our community through service on a Board of Directors!

Volunteers are unique individuals whose varied talents and experiences bring value to the community that is San Joaquin County. Whether you're a business professional, service professional, entrepreneur, or retiree, Community Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired (CCBVI) needs your time. In exchange, you will have an ideal opportunity to challenge yourself, and grow and give back to our community as a Director on the board of one of the most respected organizations in San Joaquin County.

Openings are available for the 2020-2021 term. CCBVI actively and enthusiastically seeks applications from members of our community. As a  Director, you will become familiar with CCBVI activities, programs and initiatives--all designed to adhere to and further the agency's mission to improve and enhance the quality of life of those who are blind or visually impaired. Accordingly, we invite all interested parties who reside in California and have the ability to participate to apply.

Some benefits of volunteering include:

  • opportunities to make an impact, stimulate discussion and assist in the development of various programs for the blind and visually impaired community,
  • connecting with county and statewide communities of engaged volunteers,
  • developing leadership and business skills,
  • opportunities for recognition as a community leader,
  • exposure to diverse business disciplines helping to develop innovation and thoughtful leadership,
  • exposure to other community leaders.

Interested parties should contact the board by e-mail at Board@CommunityCenterForTheBlind.org or telephone at (209) 565-3435.

"Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much." -Helen Keller