Support Our Work

Each year we help thousands of people across Western Washington learn the tools they need to live independently, despite vision loss. We couldn’t do it without you.

Your gift can help provide regained independence for someone with vision loss. There are many ways that you can support the work we do. Click here to learn more.
There are many different types of volunteer opportunities available throughout Sight Connection. Check here for current positions.
Sight Connection Donation Drives are a fun way to partner with Sight Connection to raise money for your organization while supporting vital programs for the blind and visually impaired.


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Help proofread books at Washington Talking Book & Braille Library Call for volunteers! If you are a tactile braille reader in the Seattle area who can come to the Washington Talking...
the holman prize
Start dreaming and planning ahead! Named after the 19th century blind world traveler James Holman, the Holman Prize empowers blind men and women from around the world to complete the...
University Lions Club awards a grant to Sight Connection.  President Shannon Grady Martsolf, second from right, accepts the check with Development Director Emily Bader to her right.  
December 30 at 1:00pm at the 5th Avenue Theatre. Holiday Inn is a wonderful new musical inspired by the Oscar-winning film featuring lavish sets and costumes, spectacular choreography and 20...
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The Accessibility Team at Oath, a subsidiary of Verizon, is seeking people to test the accessibility of websites. Specifically, Oath is looking for people who: Are Mac or PC users....
An uproarious, hopeful and heartbreaking play that takes place over the course of a family dinner on Thanksgiving. The audio-described performance of  ‘The Humans‘ is Saturday, December 9 at 2:00 PM...
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There’s a great article in the Seattle Times about Seattle Art Museum’s Art Beyond Sight tours. Click here to read it. Once a month, Seattle Art Museum sponsors a tour...
by Kate Fewel If someone you know has vision loss, chances are the world appears distorted, blurry or lacking detail. Some changes in the aging eye are expected, and considered...
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Seattle Public Library is offering three ZoomText classes next month: Introduction to ZoomText, Resume Writing Using ZoomText, and Cover Letter Creation Using ZoomText. Library events and programs are free and...
Northwest association for blind athletes
Northwest Association for Blind Athletes will give students an opportunity to learn basic fundamentals and skills for participating in Goalball and tandem biking. Open to all K-12 students who are blind...

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