Sights for Hope’s Sips4Sight promotion at McCall Collective Brewing Company in Allentown, PA, has been extended through Sunday, April 25, to give fans more opportunities to support the organization’s launch of its new brand.
Guests at participating Sips4Sight restaurants, bars, and businesses can purchase a YETI tumbler emblazoned with the new Sights for Hope logo for $35 and receive a free beverage or gift. McCall Brewing patrons who purchase a tumbler through Sunday will receive a $5 McCall’s gift card.
Proceeds from all Sips4Sight events benefit Sights for Hope, which changed its name from Center for Vision Loss earlier this month. Other successful Sips4Sight events have been held at Zest Bar + Grille in Bethlehem, PA; Grille 3501 in Allentown, PA; and Mojo 516 Café in Easton, PA, made possible in partnership with the Delta Gamma sorority at Lafayette College. Additional Sips4Sight events will be announced in the near future.
Sights for Hope opens paths to greater independence for people with visual impairments and promotes healthy eyesight for future generations. With operations in Pennsylvania’s Lehigh Valley and Monroe County, it combines a service tradition motivated by Helen Keller in 1928 with contemporary practices and advanced technologies. Sights for Hope champions the achievement of important daily tasks, increases access to medical services and food, enhances personal wellness, and extends self-sufficiency for people with visual impairments. The organization also provides free vision screenings for children that stimulate success in school and eye health and safety programs for people of all ages. Sights for Hope impacts more than 10,000 community members in a typical year through its services for people with visual impairments, screenings, and prevention education. All agency services are provided at little or no cost, and 85% of its clients and patients are from low-income households.