Transforming the lives of individuals of all ages with vision loss
News & Views January 2018
 

I'd like to wish you all a happy and healthy New Year! We believe that great things are on the horizon for Future In Sight and those we serve. Our goal to reach the more than 30,000 New Hampshire residents living with profound sight loss is off to a great start. 
  

We will kick off our mission tours for the New Year on Wednesday, January 17th. If you have not already attended a tour I strongly encourage you to do so. The stories of success are truly inspiring. Click here for a complete list of tour dates and registration links.

With the start of the new year well underway I hope you will join us in the variety of programs we offer. From our peer support programs to our youth adventures we are working hard to create opportunities for individuals of all ages to engage in social activities. We want everyone living with sight loss to know that they are not alone in their journey. 

Be sure to follow us on Facebook and Twitter to stay up to date on current events. 

Thank you all for being a part of the Future In Sight family.

With gratitude,





David S. Morgan
President & CEO

We have some exiting news!

The Hannaford Supermarket located in Franklin, NH has chosen
Future In Sight as a beneficiary of the Hannaford Cause Bag Program!

For the entire month of February, every time the blue reusable bag with the good karma message is purchased at the Franklin Hannaford, we receive $1.

This is truly a great opportunity for us and an easy way for you to show your support for Future In Sight!
Please go to the store, find the reusable bag rack, and buy a few bags!
Remember to spread the word ---   the more bags purchased, the bigger the donation to Future In Sight.

 

For more information on the Hannaford Cause Bag Program including updated sales numbers, please visit www.hannaford.bags4mycause.com.

 

Thank you so much for your continued support of our mission.

 


Save the Date
Saturday, June 2nd 2018

15th Annual Walk for Sight

Each year hundreds of individuals join us as we walk through historic downtown Concord and past the state house lawn promoting the independence and perseverance of individuals with sight loss. 

Event registration will open soon, but it's never too early to start forming your team. We're hoping to make this year's walk bigger and better than ever!

Sponsorship opportunities provide great recognition for your organization. Contact Danielle Krause today for complete details. Your support goes a long way in providing enhanced programs and services to New Hampshire's visually impaired community.
Staff Spotlight

This month we take you behind the scenes to our Development Office. Meet Danielle Krause, Development Associate specializing in database management and special event coordination. From direct mail campaigns, organizing our fabulous Dinners in the Dark to leading the charge of our signature fundraising event, the Walk for Sight, Danielle is our go-to resource! Danielle is a graduate of Southern NH University where she studied Organizational Leadership and Marketing. She recently joined us this past summer after working several years in the Alumni & Advancement Office at Brewster Academy.  

Outside the development walls Danielle enjoys spending time with her 3 horses and skiing the slopes of Gunstock Mountain. Danielle is also involved in her community, serving for the past 10 years on the local budget committee in Barnstead, NH.
Grant Highlight

The New Hampshire Charitable Foundation recently awarded Future In Sight with a $25,000 grant to support our New Hampshire Lives and Thrives initiative. This program gives us the opportunity to transform the lives of our clients by allowing them to live and thrive with sight loss. Our goals are accomplished through vision rehabilitation services (which include adaptive technology, safe travel training, home safety and management)  ---  as well as additional thriving activities such as peer support and technology users groups and adaptive recreational activities.




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