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Giving Tuesday For VISIONS Services For the Blind & Visually Impaired

Giving Tuesday For VISIONS Services For the Blind & Visually Impaired

Want to join me in supporting a good cause? This #GivingTuesday I’m raising money for Visions Services For The Blind And Visually Impaired. VISIONS, a nonprofit vision rehabilitation and social service organization, develops and implement programs to: assist blind people of all ages to lead independent and active lives and educate the public about the […]

Used Crayons: A School Supply Story

Used Crayons: A School Supply Story

For the past ten years, my family has hosted an annual school supply drive with all donations benefitting local veteran’s families. Book bags, pencil cases, folders, lunch sacks…you name it; we collect it. Over the years we’ve been relatively successful, but for added insurance, my husband and I budget some of our own money to […]

Skydiving For A Cause

Skydiving For A Cause

Blind poet Dave Steele and his wife, Amy, recently took a unique “plunge” in the battle against blindness by skydiving for Henshaws, a U.K. based northern charity supporting people living with sight loss and a range of other disabilities. As ambassadors for this organization, the couple raised an incredible £725 for the charity skydive by throwing […]

Alice Sheppard & Kinetic Light’s DESCENT

Alice Sheppard & Kinetic Light’s DESCENT

A few weeks ago, Blind Motherhood posted a blog about an accessible, new theatrical performance heading to New York City! DESCENT will be performed at New York Live Arts (NYLA) Thursday, March 22, Friday, March 23, and Saturday, March 24 at 7:30 pm. Tickets are now on sale via New York Live Arts in person at the […]

Alice Sheppard & Kinetic Light Present NY Premiere Of “DESCENT”

Alice Sheppard & Kinetic Light Present NY Premiere Of “DESCENT”

Every now and again a rare opportunity presents itself in New York City. An upcoming, all accessible, all-inclusive production called DESCENT has got Blind Motherhood ready to hit the theater! Performed on a custom-designed architectural ramp installation with hills, curves, and peaks, DESCENT explores the pleasures of wheeled movement and reckless abandon. This new evening-length […]

Hadley Announces 2018 New Venture Competition

Hadley Announces 2018 New Venture Competition

Are you legally blind and dreaming of starting your own business? Hadley can help! Submit your business plan and you may win up to $30,000 to bring your dream to reality! Hadley’s competition is open to legally blind US residents who successfully complete at least one course from our Forsythe Center for Employment and Entrepreneurship and will […]

19 Fascinating Facts About Louis Braille

19 Fascinating Facts About Louis Braille

World Braille Day is celebrated annually on January 4th, the birthday of Braille inventor, Louis Braille. Louis would have been 209 years old today! Organizations around the globe use World Braille Day to promote awareness about the challenges faced by visually impaired individuals and to encourage businesses and governments to create economic and social opportunities for […]

“Free” Kindle Download Stand By Me RP Volume II

“Free” Kindle Download Stand By Me RP Volume II

U.K. poet, Dave Steele, wants to give the world his poetry this Christmas! Steele’s books, Stand By Me Volumes I and II were written to raise awareness and help those living with his condition, Retinitis Pigmentosa (RP).

Call For Submissions The 2018 Holman Prize

Call For Submissions The 2018 Holman Prize

The LightHouse for the Blind in San Francisco is calling for submissions for the 2018 Holman Prize, a global $25,000 award for blind adventurers and creators. Applications for the prize don’t open until January 16th, 2018 at 5 PM PST, but Blind Motherhood is helping to spread the word to give potential applicants extra planning […]

Go Fund – Kayla Reed – Blind Mom In Need Of Corneal Transplant

Go Fund – Kayla Reed – Blind Mom In Need Of Corneal Transplant

Can we all agree being a mom is fricken’ hard? And for the record, I’m not saying this because I’m a blind parent. I’m saying it because I’m in the throws of raising both a preschooler and a toddler. Some days my girls are great and all is right with the world. But then you […]

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