Festival for the Future In Sight

Thank you to our participants, sponsors, volunteers, staff, and everyone who came out to support us at the Festival for the Future In Sight, the state’s largest gathering for awareness, support, and advocacy for people who are blind or visually impaired.

Our 19th annual Walk for Sight and 1st annual Run for Sight 5k wouldn’t have been possible without all of you and we are proud to announce that we raised almost $50,000 in donations from the event!

The Festival for Future In Sight logo: A white square outlined in grey. Festival is in purple in all capital letters at the top with for the in red under the F and the E of festival and Future in Sight in black under the rest of the word Festival. Below that is a box of four squares. The top left square is lime green with a white and yellow sneaker. The top right square is purple with a white stick figure positioned in a running motion. The bottom left square is aqua blue with a white t-shirt that has a pink square across the chest. The bottom right square is orange with a white circle that has a pink musical note.

Look Good, Feel Good: The Fun Part About Getting Ready for Next Steps and New Adventures!

August 13th | 10-3PM | Future In Sight

Come and join us for a fun filled event aimed at teens and young adults (ages 14-22) and their parents/caregivers. The day is meant for the group to learn and interact with each other about unique topics around educational transition services for visually impaired teens and young adults that are not easily found anywhere else.

blind teen & mother

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Annual Report

Future In Sight 2021 Fiscal Year Annual Report is now available to view online or download the PDF file. For a printed copy, please contact us.

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Introducing Future In Sight Podcasts! Check out our first series with Kaila’s Craft Corner, a series of crafting events hosted by Kaila Allen and Stephanie Hurd.

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