Savannah Center for Blind and Low Vision offers programs and services that promote independence and dignity for people who are vision impaired or blind, their family, friends and the community.  The Center serves 29 counties throughout southeast Coastal Georgia and provides services for more than 475 people each year…and those numbers continue to rise.

Dining in The Dark 2022 Postponed

First of all, thank you so much for your support for the 2022 Dining in the Dark event. We are more than grateful for your support of the Center’s mission to help those with blindness or vision impairment. Your support makes a difference…every day! We can’t do it without you.

Amid growing concerns over the newest COVID variant, the Dining in the Dark event must be postponed. We are looking at Saturday, March 5th as our new date; however, the “all clear” will be determined by SWAT, the Police Department, and the City of Savannah. Because we heavily rely on our local SWAT team to make this event a success, we are observing their recommendations. We all share the common goal of giving you the best and most unique experience available while staying safe from spreading the virus.

Postponing the event was certainly a tough decision and there were lots of variables that went into making that decision, but the biggest one was to keep our guests safe. Your current ticket(s) will stay the same for the postponed date and we will keep you updated through email. Beginning February 1st, we will begin our online Silent Auction for this year’s event. We have some pretty amazing items/packages for this year’s event… so get ready to place your bids and share the link with those in your circle.

Dining in the Dark is the major fundraiser for the Savannah Center for Blind and Low Vision. We look forward to being able to host this event as soon as we can do so, safely. Thank you again for your support and patience.

Be on the lookout for more information and the 2022 Dining in the Dark Silent Auction.

Follow our page on Facebook and join our group. We will continue to keep you updated.

Many Blessings!
Leslie Eatherly, Director of Development
Savannah Center for Blind and Low Vision

Service Areas

We provide service in 29 counties of Southeast Georgia. Depending on individual needs, services are offered either in the home or center-based.

The Center is located at 1141 Cornell Avenue in Savannah, GA. Our facility offers a home-based approach and allows students to interact with an environment that more closely resembles their every-day living experiences.

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