Sights for Hope’s Monroe Transport Service Boosted by Specially Equipped Van

Sights for Hope Transport Driver Byron Jackson and Elaine Bartholomew shaking hands in front of a specially equipped blue van that Elaine has donated

Sights for Hope’s guided transport service in Monroe County was bolstered recently by the contribution of a specially equipped Dodge Grand Caravan by Elaine Bartholomew of Emmaus, PA. The van had been converted with a wheelchair lift and space for wheelchair seating by Elaine’s late husband, Richard Bartholomew, a former President of the Emmaus Lions […]

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Sights for Hope Exceeds Expectations Six Months After Setting Big Impact Goals

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Sights for Hope’s progress toward its four Big Impact Goals for 2030 has exceeded expectations six months after they were established. Enacted in July with Sights for Hope’s current strategic plan, the goals reflect the work the organization does best, the services that its clients want most, and the opportunities to make the greatest impact […]

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Sights for Hope’s Transport Service Provides Important Link to Food Access

An older woman with glasses in a grocery store while wearing a face mask

While food access has gained attention nationally in recent months, Sights for Hope’s guided transport service has increased its clients’ abilities to obtain sufficient and healthy foods for years. In its 2021-2022 service year, Sights for Hope provided 404 transports to grocery stores, food banks, and pantries throughout the Lehigh Valley and Monroe County. A […]

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Sights for Hope Pledges Stable Client Transport Fees While Fuel Prices Surge

Image: Photo of a person fueling their vehicle at a gas station

While fuel prices skyrocketed in the first half of 2022, Sights for Hope’s clients will not pay more for its guided transport service this summer as the organization seeks to increase support from its communities. With the recent adoption of Sights for Hope’s 2023 budget, which goes into effect on July 1, the agency held […]

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Center for Vision Loss Welcomes Five New Members of its Services Team

Photos of agency staff members Erica Vibert, Angela Hill, Kareem Harvey, Richard Hubbs, and Les Schoenberger

The Center for Vision Loss has welcomed five new professionals to its services team. Erica Vibert is the agency’s new Prevention Services Coordinator and Angela Hill is its new Prevention Specialist for Monroe County. Kareem Harvey has joined the agency’s Monroe transport group, and Richard Hubbs and Les Schoneberger are the newest members of its […]

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