• VisionServe Alliance 2014 Spring Conference in Louisville, KY.
  • Excellence in Leadership Award recipients pictured with their plaque at APH.
  • VisionServe Alliance is a consortium of Executive Directors/CEOs of 501(c)(3) nonprofits throughout the country...
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Become a Member

VisionServe Alliance is a membership organization that works to engage leaders in building a better world through services to people with vision loss.


Your membership dues make an impact.  

To Whom It May Concern at VisionServe Alliance-

    I am sending this letter to thank everyone who had involvement in granting me a $500 scholarship in receiving my Master’s Degree in O&M.  I have been in the guide dog industry for 18 years.  I want to improve my skills so I can better serve the blind and visually impaired.  Granting me this scholarship helps me achieve my goal.  I sincerely appreciate the generosity of VisionServe and the commitment your organization shows to improve people’s lives.  THANK YOU SO MUCH!

Leader Dogs for the Blind

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tipofweek "We have $500 stipends for your interns.  Contact the VisionServe Alliance office for more details on this great benefit.."     --Roxann Mayros

Upcoming Events

  • Spring, 2014 Executive Conference
    April 23-26, 2014
    Louisville, Kentucky

  • Fall, 2014 Executive Conference
    November 5-8, 2014
    Orlando, Florida

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    Member Spotlight

    Elly du Pre', Executive Director, Lighthouse of Broward, a non-profit providing specialized rehabilitation and collaborative healthcare solutions.

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    Member Spotlight

    Jim Phipps, Executive Director, The Iris Network, a non-profit helping people who are visually impaired or blind attain independence and community integration.

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    Member Spotlight

    Miki Jordan,  President and CEO, Junior Blind of America, a non-profit helping children and adults who are blind, visually impaired or multi-disabled achieve independence

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    Bill Johnson, CEO, Arkansas Lighthouse for the Blind, a non-profit employing workers who are blind and visually impaired to help manufacture diverse products and provide valuable business services.

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    David Ekin, President, St. Louis Society for the Blind and Visually Impaired, a non-profit that enhances the independence of persons blind or visually impaired and empowers them to enjoy quality lives.

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Visually impaired runner to be guided by NPR radio host: NPR radio show host Peter Sagal finished running the Boston Marathon last year about four minutes before the bombs went off. This year, he says, he wants to reclaim the race — and he will do it as he helps someone else run, guiding a visually impaired runner down the course and across the finish line. 


New Low Vision Focus @ Hadley
Building on its 94-year history of serving those with vision loss, The Hadley School for the Blind is pleased to announce a new Low Vision Focus. The goal is to help adults new to low vision live independently with their vision loss. This new distance education program, includes 13 free audio recordings on CD and online. The recordings provide simple techniques to help with daily tasks such as cooking, managing medications, eating out, doing laundry, using the telephone and more. For more information and to register, visit www.LowVisionFocus.org or call toll-free: 855-830-8355.