They’re retired nurses who met through their church. But what really brought Doris Dolph and Sally DeVriend together? Their passion for volunteering to make a difference in their community, which led to them receiving the Council’s Community Volunteer Service Award this year. Continue Reading Community Volunteer Service Award Recipients: Doris Dolph and Sally DeVriend
Congratulations to Ellie Thompson! She is one of the Council’s outstanding scholarship recipients for 2021 and is receiving $2,000 to support her continuing education.
The Madison 18-year-old plans to attend Madison College this fall. She started taking college classes after recently graduating from the iForward Wisconsin Online Charter School. She attended Madison East during the first three years of high school. Ellie is currently working as a counselor at the Wisconsin Lions Summer Camp in Rosholt. Continue Reading Student Spotlight 2021: Ellie Thompson
A safe, walkable community. A well-placed bus stop for access to transportation. An equal opportunity to cast your ballot.
Each of these issues has been at the forefront of advocacy efforts by people who are visually impaired or blind throughout Wisconsin. Continue Reading Advocating Within Your Own Community
The Wisconsin Council of the Blind & Visually Impaired is seeking applicants for our board of directors. Three-year terms begin in January 2022. Our board provides vital strategic, governance and fiduciary leadership in carrying out our mission to promote the dignity and empowerment of people living with vision loss throughout the state. Board responsibilities include: Attending… Continue Reading Make a Difference by Applying to Become a Board Member
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