Vision Forward it thrilled to have been picked as one of Potawatomi Hotel & Casino’s #heartofcanalstreet chosen children’s charities! Half of each $3 or $7 bingo game played until December 13th goes to the… Read More about Vision Forward Wins Big!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE DINING IN THE DARK OFFERS A GLIMPSE INTO THE WORLD OF BLINDNESS Vision Forward hosts 11th annual sensory experience to raise awareness of blindness and visual impairment Milwaukee, WI – Guests… Read More about Sensory dinner experience to raise awareness and change perceptions of blindness
Share Your Heart! When you play the Canal Street Bingo game at Potawatomi Hotel & Casino now through Dec. 12, you’re helping raise funds for area children’s charities, giving them the gift of a… Read More about Share Your Heart!
PRESS RELEASE • FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For More Information, Contact: Dena Fellows 414-615-0134 • Racine Community Foundation awards grant for Vision Forward and Prevent Blindness Wisconsin to expand vision health and vision loss… Read More about Racine Community Foundation awards grant to expand vision health and vision loss services.
Vision Forward Association received a generous grant from The Racine Community Foundation to expand vision loss services in Racine. An array of programs to address the needs of people living in Racine County… Read More about Vision Forward awarded grant from Racine Community Foundation
Thank you to CBS 58 for stopping by Vision Forward’s Pairings & Pours event this week! For those of you who missed our summer blindfolded beer and food pairing events or are looking for… Read More about Lakefront Brewery guests participate in blind tasting to benefit Vision Forward Association
70% of working age adults reporting significant vision loss are unemployed. As a result, 30% of this population is reported as living below the poverty line. However, at Vision Forward, we witness individuals working… Read More about Working Toward Independence
Celebrating 100 years of providing life-changing services to people who are blind or visually impaired.
September 1919: The Badger Association was founded by Adam Zepp, who became blind at the age of 16. The vision was to have a voice in the areas of economic, social and employment areas…. Read More about Celebrating 100 years of providing life-changing services to people who are blind or visually impaired.
As we celebrate our 100-year history, we also celebrate the legacy of those who have helped to shape the organization so that we continue to meet our mission. One of those people has been… Read More about Member Spotlight: Nona Graves
Helping individuals with vision loss learn how to travel the world safely. Certified Vision Rehabilitation Therapist (CVRT)/Certified Orientation & Mobility Specialist (COMS), Steve McAuliff, provides insightful direction. It is a bustling, sunny spring day… Read More about Program Spotlight: Orientation & Mobility Services