Give your time to a good cause – creating a more accessible community for people with visual disabilities. Some volunteer opportunities will require basic training that our Staff will happily provide. Current volunteers can submit their volunteer hours on the Submit Volunteer Hours page.

Bring the St. Louis region’s arts and culture landscape to life! Train to audio describe plays, performances, museum exhibits, sporting events, and more.

Connect listeners to our local community and the world at large. Volunteer to read and record a wide variety of newspapers, magazines, and other publications.

From umpiring at our annual tournaments to assisting with demonstrations, help bring the adaptive sports of BeepBall, GoalBall, and Blind Soccer to our community.

Whether assisting with fundraising events or bringing insight to our Board of Directors, we can help you find your best fit within our mission.

Featured Volunteer – Wendy Fink

A woman with Blind hair and black blouse smiles at the camera from her home

Why I Volunteer for MindsEye: “I enjoy broadcasting for MindsEye, because I believe that knowledge is power. My hope is that my listeners feel inspired, empowered, and knowledgeable about what is happening in their communities. It is my honor to share Central Illinois news with our listeners.” 

-Wendy Fink