October 2017 News
Trick-or-Treat: Tips for Kids with Vision Loss

As kids with vision loss show off their costumes and search for the best Halloween candy, board member Tracy Kinoshita shares tips for making sure they stay safe.

Aser stands in front of trees while wearing a blue collared shirt and vest
Assistive Aspirations: 
Not Seeing is Believing  

In his quarterly tech blog, Society's Aser Tolentino talks about the recent launch of Microsoft's Seeing AI app and the history of the KNFB Reader.

Check Out Our Resource Fair and Walk Saturday  

This Saturday, Oct. 14
10 a.m.-2 p.m. Resource Fair
2:15-3 p.m. White Cane Safety Walk

Check out our CareersPLUS Youth and Family Resource Fair and then come walk the Midtown Sacramento grid to raise awareness about white cane safety!

Executive Director Shari Roeseler smiles wearing glasses and a purple button-down shirt.
Shari's Vision:  Why White Cane Safety Matters

Executive Director Shari Roeseler talks about why Society for the Blind is participating in White Cane Safety Day this Saturday in her most recent blog post. 

Society's Greg DeWall teaches judo to a man as a woman and man look on.
Save the Date!  National Fitness Challenge Hosts Paralympic Event

November 4, 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
Society for the Blind

Adults and kids ages 10+ with vision loss are invited to join National Fitness Challenge participants in learning judo, golf, goalball and rowing.

Give to Society Through Your Workplace

Find out if your company gives you the chance to make an automatic donation to your favorite nonprofit through your paycheck and/or match your volunteer hours!

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