News from Our Center for Blindness & Vision Loss in Naples FL

Annual Benefit

Annual Benefit event – 11/9/22

Our 13th Annual Benefit “Celebrating LIGHThouse” on November 9th was a tremendous success! We were able to raise over $100,000 towards our programs and services that directly benefit the visually impaired community within Collier County. As always, our annual event wouldn’t be a success without your help by spreading the word about how important Lighthouse of…
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New Lighthouse front entrance

Open House

Lighthouse of Collier has moved, but not too far away. To celebrate, we invite you to join us for an Open House on March 9 from 5 – 7 p.m. to come by and see our new home! Light refreshments will be served. We are now located at the same Horseshoe Square address on the…
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We have moved

We have moved on 2-1-22!

It has been worth the wait! Lighthouse of Collier has moved as of 2-1-22, but not too far away from the previous spot! We are at our the same Horseshoe Square address, but now we are on the 1st floor (Suite 101). The entrance is on the West side of the building (left side) and…
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Lighthouse of Collier to hold White Cane Safety Day

This annual event will be held October 15th from 10:00-12:00. Clients and their families and friends are encouraged to participate in a short walk up and down 5th Avenue.  The goal of White Cane Safety Day is to bring public awareness about the White Cane Law and to recognize the white cane as a tool…
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White Cane Walk

White Cane Walk to be held October 15, 2021

Clients and their families and friends are invited to participate in a short walk on 5th Avenue to promote White Cane Safety Day and recognize the white cane as a tool of independence for blind and visually impaired pedestrians in our communities. Clients are encouraged to bring their white canes, but extra canes will be…
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Transition students at lunch together

Transition Camp 2021

This year’s Transition Summer Camp began July 12th and concludes this Sunday, July 25th with an afternoon at the theatre to see Naples Players’ production of The Wedding Singer.  The camp has been comprised of various outings and activities such as pottery through Clay More Ceramics, up close encounters with wolves at Shy Wolf Sanctuary, a “Cake-Off”,…
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Director of Accessibility at Adobe Attends Children’s Camp

One of the many highlights from our children’s summer camp that concluded last week was the presentation by Andrew Kirkpatrick, Adobe’s Director of Accessibility.  He posted a blog highlighting Lighthouse of Collier and its services, and our collaboration with them for the Children’s Summer Camp. Click here to read the blog