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Clinton Tyler: He Looks Forward to Future Challenges

Clinton Tyler, production supervisor in the Lancaster warehouse, wants to see his employees advance. He also continues to look for opportunities for his own personal growth.

Low Vision Low Down- Eye Drop 2021 is Friday, July 9

Have you ever rapelled down a 10-story building? Listen in to learn about the Eye Drop 2021 event that VisionCorps is holding on July 9. We will talk to the organizer of the event, and an employee who will be going over the edge for the first time. Find out why they are participating!

MCCC Meet the Class of 2021: Annamarie Parker

Annamarie Parker in 6ABC TV clip about her graduation from Montgomery County Community College.

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.

Low Vision Low Down- Accessible Pharmacy

It's FREE and it's convenient. George and Taylor interview Andy from Accessible Pharmacy and learn how they are helping those with vision impairments (and sighted too!) with a new free home delivery prescription service with various packaging options available.

Annamarie Parker Gets College Degree After 10-year Journey

Annamarie Parker at her Montgomery County Community College graduation.

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.

Delicious Smoothies Help Keep Eyes Healthy

Did you know that beta-carotene from fruits and vegetables is converted in the body to vitamin A, which is essential for eye health?

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."

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