Simple Gifts

January 4th, 2017

Twinkling lights, evergreen garlands, and a 20’ Christmas tree set the tone of this year’s Lighthouse Donor Appreciation Breakfast. Held at the magnificent Sunset Club on First Hill, this year’s breakfast was an intimate and festive gathering. The Donor Breakfast is one way we like to say thank you to those who support our mission. […]

The Lighthouse Shines in Summerville

November 3rd, 2016

On Thursday October 20th The Lighthouse for the Blind, Inc. celebrated the grand opening of our newest manufacturing facility in Summerville, South Carolina. The event included a short program of speakers, a buffet BBQ lunch, a chance to meet employees, and tours of the facility. Summerville currently has eight employees, six of whom are blind. […]

Introducing Boze: Experiences with a New Guide Dog

October 25th, 2016

Getting a new guide dog can be an exciting but challenging experience. Cindy Van Winkle is the Development Coordinator at The Lighthouse for the Blind, Inc. in Seattle and has recently gone through training with her new guide dog Boze. Cindy kept a mini journal over the course of the training, which lasted from September […]

Visiting the 2016 NIB/NAEPB National Conference and Expo

October 12th, 2016

“NO LIMITS” in big bold writing was the message used to draw people to the 2016 National Industries for the Blind (NIB) and National Association for the Employment for People Who Are Blind (NAEPB) National Conference and Expo. NIB uses “no limits” as shorthand for “there are no limits to what we can do.” Their […]

DeafBlind Retreat Touches Hearts

September 8th, 2016

“It’s okay to touch. Touch provides equal access to someone who cannot hear or see.” We heard this message loud and clear from our DeafBlind tour guides while visiting the DeafBlind Retreat at the Seabeck Conference Center on August 31st, 2016. As our DeafBlind tour guides spoke about the facility and the retreat, American Sign […]

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