Thanks to United Way of Greater Hazleton for organizing this tree decorating event. Thanks to the Church Hill Mall management for their generosity. Congratulations to United Charities Inc of Hazleton / United Children's Home on the most votes. It was a wonderful way to kick off the holiday season.
After a year of planning "Christmas in Conyngham" with an amazing group of people.
Working to together to better the community makes for a wonderful start to the holiday season.
Ladies' Night at Four Blooms.
Many wonderful vendors to support.
Lisa Lewis has done an amazing job once again in organizing this great event.
Rain can’t stop this group from having fun.
Socialization is so important for this group who can often feel isolated.
These important activities are just one of valuable services the EyeBall 2022 helps to support.
Our kids spent the day at Sand Springs today learning to golf.
We had great help from Hazleton Eye Specialists and Peter Koval.
We took a trip to Heisler's Dairy Bar and Turkey Hill. Everyone enjoyed a great lunch, round of mini golf and of course yummy ice cream.
A great evening at the Railriders Baseball Game with our clients.
Heather threw the first pitch.
She worked so hard to prepare for her big night.
Thanks to Vicki and Jeff Fritz for making it possible to get the clients to and from the game.
Thanks to all who came tonight. Your support is so appreciated.
Posted Saturday, January 30, 2021
Community Services for Sight is pleased to announce that we are a recipient of a 2020 Assistive Technology Grant!
The Inspiration Foundation (a philanthropic division of Cleanlogic, a company offering quality bath and body accessories) created these grants to help nonprofit organizations purchase assistive technology equipment for classrooms.
The founder of Cleanlogic was inspired by his mom, who lost her sight when she was 7, but never let it stop her. Through her hard work, she became a passionate advocate, helping other blind and visually impaired individuals gain employment.
The Inspiration Foundation’s Board believes that successful job placement and retention depends on strong technology skills and that independent living skills are augmented by technology.
The Inspiration Foundation Assistive Technology Grants are awarded to smaller nonprofits to help them keep their technology class rooms up to date.
Community Service for Sight will use its grant to purchase IPads and tablets for clients help teach them to learn how to use applications to improve their quality of life, stay connected to friends and family, and keep up with the information affecting them. #Clearlogic #VisionServeAlliance