In order for individuals who are blind and visually impaired to compete in the marketplace for secure jobs with family sustaining wages, they must have strong technology skills and accessible training.
David Geary, Indirect Labor Employee of the Year and HR/Legal Project Manager and Corporate Secretary, has been instrumental in ensuring the organization operates within legal parameters for the last 15 years.
The generosity of our community allows us to be there for people when they need our services. Employees are able to receive ongoing training and support, enhancing skills that can prepare them for upward mobility in the workplace.
The Lighthouse’s Low Vision Services program provides important resources for our employees and community members with low vision needs, as it’s one of the only secondary care clinics in the Puget Sound area.
Your generosity allows us to meet people on their journey of vision loss. Your gifts provide the necessary support, funding the services critical for navigating the intricacies of work and life for people who are blind.