Songs4Sight 2022 Draws the Largest Fundraising Total in Event History

Photo from Songs4Sight 2022, Presented by Provident Bank

Sights for Hope’s Songs4Sight 2022 concert produced the largest fundraising total in the event’s history and doubled the prior year’s result, according to organizational data. Presented by Sights for Hope Diamond Community Partner Provident Bank, Tuesday’s concert was the second Songs4Sight produced with ArtsQuest. Songs4Sight 2022 was held outside SteelStacks in Bethlehem, PA, and featured […]

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Sights for Hope, Endowment Earn Platinum Transparency Seals for Second Straight Year

Candid 2022 Platinum Seal of Transparency

Sights for Hope and the Sights for Hope Endowment Foundation have earned platinum seals for transparency from Candid, the world’s largest and most utilized source of information about nonprofit organizations, for the second straight year. Sights for Hope and its affiliated endowment have earned the highest transparency rating by providing extensive up-to-date information on the […]

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Donors Can Help Sights for Hope Earn Bonus #GivingTuesday Dollars from AllOne Foundation

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Donors who make gifts to Sights for Hope for #GivingTuesday 2021 can help the organization earn bonus funds through AllOne Charities. AllOne Charities will match the first $1,000 in contributions made to Sights for Hope through its #GivingTuesday webpage on Tuesday, November 30. Sights for Hope can earn an additional $1,000 if it collects the […]

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Give Back: Earn ‘Angel’ Wings and Meet Critical Client Needs with an In-Kind Gift

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You can earn your “wings” from The Morning Call’s Be An Angel campaign through Jan. 31 with an in-kind gift that helps the Center for Vision Loss meet needs prompted by the global COVID-19 pandemic. The campaign lets Lehigh Valley nonprofits submit wishes for community members to fulfill. Items on our list will help us […]

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Agency Earns More than $40,000 in Corporate, Foundation Support in Latest Quarter

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The Center for Vision Loss has announced that it earned more than $40,000 in corporate and foundation support during the first quarter of its 2020-2021 year. Corporate and foundation gifts support the agency’s operations and several of its services in Pennsylvania’s Lehigh Valley and Monroe County. These services include guided transportation for its clients with […]

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Board President Offers Special Donation Match for World Sight Day 2020

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As the Center for Vision Loss observes World Sight Day 2020 on Thursday, a special promotion will help its donors increase their collective impact. For each of the first 500 people who give through the agency’s website on Thursday, its Board President, Linwood Gehris, will donate an additional $1. All World Sight Day donations will […]

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Agency’s VRT Services Gain Support from Alburtis Lions, NEPA Lions Service Foundation

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The Alburtis Lions Club secured a $15,000 grant recently from the Northeast PA Lions Service Foundation to support the Center for Vision Loss’ vision rehabilitation therapies – effective hands-on approaches that empower people with visual impairments to seize their independence. Vision rehabilitation therapies, known commonly as VRT, is the agency’s fastest growing service type. The […]

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Center for Vision Loss Announces More than $85,000 in Corporate, Foundation Gifts

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The Center for Vision Loss has announced more than $85,000 in corporate and foundation gifts that it earned during the second half of the 2019 calendar year. The gifts support agency operations and services in the Lehigh Valley – which includes Lehigh and Northampton counties – and Monroe County. They are listed alphabetically below. A […]

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