Michael Savage Elected to Sights for Hope Board of Directors

Michael Savage – President of Savage Financial Group in Pocono Summit, PA, and President of the Tannersville Lions Club – was elected to the Sights for Hope Board of Directors during the board’s March meeting.

Savage has been in the investment business since 1989 and founded Savage Financial Group in 2010 as part of Raymond James Financial. He has made television appearances on CNBC and Fox Business and has been quoted as an expert by U.S. News and World Report, AOL Daily Finance, Financial Planning magazine, Smart Money, and Marketwatch.com. Savage also writes weekly articles published globally through websites like MilesFranklin.com and LeMetropole Café.

Savage is a lector and council member of Our Lady of Victory Church in Tannersville, PA, and supports other organizations including St. Jude Hospital, Boys Town, Feeding America, and the Salvation Army.

Savage is President of the Tannersville Lions Club for the 2021-2022 year and has been a member for eight years. Sights for Hope traces its inception to efforts by Lions clubs from Pennsylvania’s Lehigh and Northampton counties in 1928 and Lions clubs and districts throughout Sights for Hope’s service area provide financial support annually.

The Sights for Hope Board of Directors oversees the organization’s activities, holds fiduciary responsibility, and provides strategic direction to ensure that it can fulfill its mission.

Sights for Hope blends a service tradition inspired by Helen Keller nearly a century ago with contemporary practices to remove the barriers to independence and success caused by visual impairments. Sights for Hope transforms the lives of people with visual impairments in Pennsylvania’s Lehigh Valley and Monroe County through life skills education, specialized technologies, individualized support services, free vision screenings for children, and community education programs. Sights for Hope services impact more than 10,000 people in a typical year and are provided at little or no cost. A total of 85% of Sights for Hope clients with visual impairments are from low-income households. Sights for Hope, known formerly as Center for Vision Loss, is an independent member of the Pennsylvania Association for the Blind (PAB) and is affiliated with the VisionServe Alliance, a network of North American agencies that serve people with visual impairments.

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