At ABVI, vision loss is approached not as an end to one’s life, but as a new beginning. Opportunities are created where none may have existed before. And hope is offered by fostering an environment in which every person is valued and respected, and treated in a way that maintains their dignity regardless of their ability to see.
We are proud of ABVI’s 100-year history of compassion and innovation in meeting the needs of the people we serve. And we are excited about what ABVI’s next century of service holds for the growing numbers of those in our community who live without sight or with diminished sight. As a leader in the field of vision rehabilitation, it is our duty to address this unprecedented demand for services. To do so, however, we must expand our facilities and enhance our programs.
In the pages of the below linked information, you will learn about our plans for developing our Centennial Campus that connects our past with our vibrant future. They are plans that give ABVI the means to continue our vital mission-focused work of empowering people who are blind or visually impaired now and for years to come.
We are hopeful you find this information to be helpful in considering our request for financial support for a new Centennial Campus and our second century of service.
The Centennial Campaign: A Story of Hope and Fulfillment
Centennial Campaign Donors
James Briggs & Rudolph Warren
Centennial Campaign Co-Chairs