Our first annual Glow Ball golf tournament benefiting Valley Center for the Blind. Join us for an exciting and memorable evening of 10 holes of golf “in the dark” using bright glowing golf balls, a great raffle, dinner, and fun prizes.
Turning blindness into a mere inconvenience rather than a barrier to success by helping clients surpass expectations by instilling confidence and ensuring abilities.
“For many patients, vision loss seems like an insurmountable barrier to a fulfilling life,” says Justin Cave, ACE’s Chief Executive Officer. “Patients experiencing vision loss often worry about how it will affect their quality of life. That is why the services and resources provided by Valley Center for the Blind are so important. Having a caring organization that is dedicated to their needs helps our visually impaired patients realize that vision loss doesn’t have to mean loss of independence. It gives them hope for a brighter future.”
At Valley Center for the Blind, we help people cope with vision loss and regain their confidence, emotional wellness, and ability to perform daily activities and meet their individual goals.
Listen to Jason’s story about his journey to discovering Valley Center for the Blind.
WHO ATTENDS VCB
Valley Center for the Blind encourages all who are experiencing or are interested in learning more about vision loss to contact us. Serving the Central California counties of Fresno, Madera, Kings, Tulare and Kern from locations in Fresno, Visalia and Bakersfield, VCB provides training and services to people with vision loss. Each participants program is customized to meet their individual goals, abilities, and preferences.
All participants have one thing in common: a desire to live more independently. We work exclusively with people who are legally blind and visually impaired, which helps to make VCB staff uniquely and extensively qualified. Vision loss comes in many forms – please contact us if you have any questions or think you may benefit from one of our many services!