V.I.P. stands for visually impaired people who are VERY IMPORTANT PEOPLE. We want to provide low vision community education, assistive technology, support and mentoring.


Debra Howard from Selma Career Links honored by V.I.P.

Debra Howard from Selma Career Links honored by V.I.P.

V.I.P. awards Debra Howard at Selma Career LInks for her many years of service to people with disabilities.

She places assistive technology in the center so that the visually-impaired can be independently in doing job searches.

She also served on the Selma City School Board and local charities. Although she is now retiring, she plans to continue her community service.

AUM student recognized for customer service

AUM student recognized for customer service

Auburn University Montgomery (AUM) student Valerie Bailey works at O'Charley's in Montgomery and was recently awarded for her outstanding customer service.

Valerie has a great personality and helps the sight-impaired customers find their way through the restaurant. She greets everyone with a smile and has a good heart.

Winn Dixie employees awarded for outstanding customer service

Winn Dixie employees awarded for outstanding customer service

V.I.P. awards Selma Winn Dixie employees for good customer service. Anita, Meshaell and Valerie always assist customers with sight problems with their shopping. They always have a smile and eager to help.

Bank Trust employees recognized

Bank Trust employees recognized

Sight-impaired customers at Bank Trust in Selma are always greeted with a smile.

Employees Linda and Felicia were awarded for outstanding customer service for their commitment to customers with special needs.

They provide assistance with bank statements and the use of the ATM. They make the customers feel welcomed and appreciated.

Carter Drug Employees Help Sight-Impaired Customers

Carter Drug Employees Help Sight-Impaired Customers

Staff members at Carter Drugs in Selma were recently recognized for their outstanding efforts in the community. Staffers including Kim, Lauren, and Ann assist the sight-impaired by explaining drug information and drug side effects.

V.I.P. driver honored for longtime dedication

V.I.P. driver honored for longtime dedication

Driver for V.I.P. CEO William Bowman, John Johnson, turns 89-years-old this month. We want to recognize him with a special V.I.P. Award for his service.

Johnson is very dedicated not only to V.I.P., but to his church, family and his wife of more than 60 years.

Gray's Furniture Staff Recognized

Gray's Furniture Staff Recognized

William Bowman awards the staff at Gray's Furniture in Selma for their outstanding customer service including Mrs. Cogle, Melvin and Juanita. This company always goes the extra mile to help customers with special needs.

What We Offer

1) Low vision community educational programs, conferences and assistive technology demonstrations and expos

2) Support groups, mentoring and advocacy

3) Site and Structural modifications for churches, businesses, etc. for public access

4) Consultations for the visually impaired and low vision evaluations on assistive technology for the visually impaired

5) We provide information and referrals for magnification devices

6) Customer service training and workshops to better acommodate the visually impaired customer

Make a donation

Help V.I.P. help the visually impaired in the community. Consider making a donation. No amount is too small.

V.I.P. Sponsors

Walmart Foundation
Eyesight Foundation of Alabama
Black Belt Community Foundation
Blue Cross Blue Shield
Freedom Scientific
First Cahawba Bank
Hat Country Resistal Hats
AI Squared Zoom Text
Moore Stewart Honda
Carter Drug Company
Blue Cross Blue Shield
Pepsi Cola
Wyatt-Kirkpatrick Eye
City of Selma
Dallas County Commission
Regions Bank