Season of Gratitude

Dear friends and neighbors,

As you reflect during this season of gratitude, think about how you’ve adapted to challenges and a new way of living. This is something a person with vision loss or blindness experiences regularly.

Leda is adapting her approach to safely cooking because of her vision loss this year. Abby adapted to online learning as a result of not receiving the assistance she would normally have in a school setting.

With your contribution to Future In Sight, thousands of youth, adults, and seniors in New Hampshire can receive the support they need to grow from the unique challenges of vision loss and blindness, just like Leda and Abby. Your gift supports Low Vision and Rehabilitation Services, Occupational Therapy, Orientation and Mobility Instruction, and Educational Services.

We are incredibly grateful for your generosity!
It makes a difference.

Please join us by making a gift during this season of gratitude.

David Hagen

Board Chair

Tim Murray

Interim President & CEO

Chris and Abby Skiing
Chris and Abby Skiing

David Hagen

Board Chair

Tim Murray

Interim President & CEO

Abby Duffy standing in front of the state house in Concord.

Empowering Youth

Meet Abby Duffy, a Senior at Concord High School.  Abby adapted to online learning as a result of not receiving the assistance she would normally have in a school setting.

“Blindness does not stop someone from doing anything, they just might do it differently than the sighted,” says Abby Duffy, a seventeen-year-old senior in high school, feminism advocate, future college student, and gold medalist for the National Adaptive Alpine Ski Racing Team. 

Abby Duffy standing in front of the state house in Concord.

Services for Seniors

Meet Leda Seymore, Silver Retreat 2021 Attendee. Leda is adapting her approach to safely cooking because of her vision loss this year.

“I know that I am going to have difficultly driving in the next year, and that makes me sad. I will have to adjust to this new way of life and find a way to learn how to adapt and cope. However, meeting everyone at the Silver Retreat did help me. Some of the people there have very low vision but are still so active! It’s amazing what people can do, and I was reminded of that when looking at my peers.”

Thank you!

Future In Sight Log - Services for the blind and visually impaired
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