Sights for Hope Takes the Field this Season with the Lehigh Valley IronPigs

Picture of Lehigh Valley IronPigs mascot FeRROUS at Coca-Cola Park with the Sights for Hope logo on the stadium's video board

Every time the Lehigh Valley IronPigs take the field this season, Sights for Hope will be part of the action as the baseball team’s official sponsor of umpire introductions. At the start of each IronPigs home game, Sights for Hope will be promoted during umpire introductions inside Coca-Cola Park in Allentown, PA, and on the […]

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Sips4Sight Promotion at McCall Brewing Extended through Sunday

Photo of two people holding Sights for Hope tumblers at McCall Collective Brewing Company

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 […]

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Next Sips4Sight Events to Feature Mojo 516 Café, Delta Gamma, McCall Brewing

Photo of a YETI tumbler branded with the Sights for Hope logo

After a successful launch of its Sips4Sight promotion, Sights for Hope will hold its next two events in partnership with Mojo 516 Café, the Delta Gamma sorority at Lafayette College, and McCall Collective Brewing Company. Guests at participating Sips4Sight restaurants, bars, and businesses can purchase a YETI tumbler emblazoned with the new Sights for Hope […]

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Sights for Hope Teams with Father-and-Son Restaurant Owners to Launch New Fundraiser

Photo of a woman holding a blue YETI tumbler branded with the Sights for Hope logo

John and Anthony Trapani – a father-and-son duo who are well known in the community for their restaurants, Zest Bar + Grille and Grille 3501 – are showing their support for Sights for Hope as the organization introduces its new name. Formerly known as Center for Vision Loss, the organization became Sights for Hope this […]

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