A memorable evening for everyone who attended!
Thank you to everyone who supported Dining in the Dark and for giving the gift of HOPE to people impacted by vision loss!
Preparing children for their next school experience
For blind or visually impaired children ages 3 – 6, our preschool program develops self-esteem and positive feelings toward learning.
Hearing these words can change your life forever.
Support for living with vision loss.
Receive support, make connections and discover new possibilities through our support options.
Contact: Dena Fellows, Marketing Director, Vision Forward Association 414‐615‐0134 • cell 414‐526‐7998 • dfellows@vision‐forward.org October 25, 2018 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE DINING IN THE DARK OFFERS A GLIMPSE INTO THE WORLD OF BLINDNESS Vision Forward…Learn More about Dining in the Dark helps raise awareness of blindness and visual impairment
Cane Quest is not a race, it’s a rally Vision Forward is proud to host Cane Quest in partnership with the Braille Institute of America, Inc. Cane Quest seeks to promote orientation and mobility skills among youth who are blind. Students (Scouts), grades 3rd through 6th, team up with a sighted adult and earn coins […]…Learn More about Cane Quest
Serving people throughout the state of Wisconsin, Vision Forward empowers, educates, and enhances the lives of individuals impacted by vision loss through all of life’s transitions.