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Eye Drop 2021: Jesse Miller is Rappelling on July 9 to Give Back
Jesse Miller lost his sight in 2018. After connecting with VisionCorps, he learned skills to be independent and got a job in the industry group. He's rappelling in Eye Drop 2021 on July 9 to give back -- and help VisionCorps support others with vision loss.
VisionCorps Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response
A Message From VisionCorps President & CEO, Dennis Steiner.
Agency Earns 4-Star Rating
VisionCorps' strong financial health & commitment to accountability & transparency have earned it a 4-star rating from Charity Navigator, an independent charity evaluator.
VisionCorps’ Virtual Format Provides Education And Community
When COVID-19 restrictions shut down the state in March of 2020, VisionCorps, a nonprofit organization working to empower the blind and vision impaired, stopped providing services, but not for long. "We shut down services for a couple weeks, but we quickly realized our services were still needed."
VisionCorps Helps Clients Learn To Live Independently
"Visual impairment should not be a barrier to one's independence. (The visually impaired) can do the same things a sighted person can do - they just have to do it a little bit differently," stated Chris Ament, vice president of rehabilitation and education for VisionCorps.
VisionCorps Engages In Mask-Making, Program Expansion During COVID-19
When the pandemic arrived in March of last year, many businesses saw challenges and shutdowns. VisionCorps, on the other hand, saw a chance to help the local community in a big way: by making masks.
W-S exec, national honoree makes case for assessing capabilities, not disabilities
“I want to work hard and be an example to my children and the low vision/blind community of what blind people can accomplish,” says an executive in Winston-Salem who closed out 2020 not just with a promotion, but with a national award.
Free Eye Exams, Glasses Available
VisionCorps has a program to give free eye exams and glasses to qualified adults and children in south central Pennsylvania.