Walk A Mile in My Shoes

 Help us celebrate National White Cane Safety Day, by joining us for the annual Walk A Mile in My Shoes on Saturday, October 9th from 9am – 2pm at Lake Mayer Park located off of Montgomery Crossroads.

This Peer Group planned walk will allow you to show your support and get a better understanding of blindness or vision impairment. Learn more about National White Cane Safety Day: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/White_Cane_Safety_Day.

How do you get involved?

Put a team of 10 people together and have each person raise $100.  This $1,000  will cover your registration, your food/drinks, entertainment, and a signature tee for the event.  It’s easy and very rewarding.

This is a fundraiser/awareness campaign for the Savannah Center for Blind and Low Vision.  For more information, contact Corey Brooks at coreybrookssr@gmail.com

2021 JIT “FORE Vision” Charity Golf Tournament

JIT LogoMark your calendar for the 2021 JIT “FORE Vision” Charity Golf Tournament on Monday, April 12, 2021 sponsored by JIT Warehousing & Logistics benefiting the Savannah Center for Blind and Low Vision.

This tournament is played on the Palmetto Course nestled in the beautiful Landings Community.  With your team registration fee of $600, you’ll receive 18 holes of golf on the most challenging course at the Landings, cart, beverages throughout the course, silent auction, awards, topped off with a delicious catered meal.

Don’t have a team, but would like for us to place you on one?  No problem,  your cost is $150!  For more information about this great event… contact Leslie Eatherly at leatherly@savannahcblv.org or Jerry Haggerty at jerryhaggerty1@comcast.net .

This event is a fundraiser for the Savannah Center for Blind and Low Vision.  The Center is southeast Georgia’s fully accredited, community facility providing visual rehabilitation services for individuals of all ages who are blind or visually impaired.  Since 1963, the Center has provided low vision and blind services throughout 29 counties in the southeast portion of our state.  All services are customized to meet the individual’s personal goals toward adjustment for vision loss.

3rd Annual Walk A Mile in My Shoes

 Help us celebrate National White Cane Safety Day, by joining us for the 3rd Annual Walk A Mile in My Shoes on Saturday, October 15th from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. at Lake Mayer Park located off of Montgomery Crossroads.  This Peer Group planned walk will allow you to show your support and get a better understanding of blindness or vision impairment.    To learn more about National White Cane Safety Day…click here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/White_Cane_Safety_Day.

How do you get involved?  Put a team of 10 people together and have each person raise $100.  This $1,000  will cover your registration, your food/drinks, entertainment, and a signature tee for the event.  It’s easy and very rewarding.

This is a fundraiser/awareness campaign for the Savannah Center for Blind and Low Vision.  For more information, contact Corey Brooks at coreybrookssr@gmail.com

It’s SCBLV Night at Grayson Stadium

Saturday, July 25th is SCBLV night at Grayson Stadium.  Come out and enjoy the Savannah Bananas vs Macon Bacon.  Did you know that with every ticket you purchase, the Bananas donate part of the proceeds back?  Tickets will go on sale in May…add us to your calendar.  For more information, contact Leslie Eatherly at leatherly@savannahcblv.org.

2020 Connecting the Dots Technology Kids Camp

Join us for part two of the 2020 Connecting the Dots Technology Kids Camp on July 16th & 17th, 2020 for ages 8-14.  This camp will be filled with action-packed adventures that will teach your child multiple technology devices used in day to day living.

Overnight accommodations for all campers will be at Savannah Center for Blind and Low Vision’s location at 1141 Cornell Avenue, Savannah, Georgia  31406.

For more information, contact Fabian Hinostroza at fhinostroza@savannahcblv.org or complete and return the 2020 Connecting the Dots Technology form via fax to 912-234-9286.

2020 Connecting the Dots Technology Kids Camp

Join us for the 2020 Connecting the Dots Technology Kids Camp for ages 8 – 14.  This camp will be filled with action-packed adventures that will utilize all types of technology used in day to day living.

Overnight accommodations for all campers will be at Savannah Center for Blind and Low Vision’s location at 1141 Cornell Avenue, Savannah, Georgia 31406 and camping on Tybee Island.

For more information contact Fabian Hinostroza at fhinostroza@savannahcblv.org or complete and fax the 2020 Connecting the Dots Technology Camp  to 912-234-9286.

8th Annual Vision Quest Luncheon

The 8th Annual Vision Quest Luncheon is Friday, May 8, 2020 from noon – 12:55 p.m. at the Hellenic Center located at 14 W. Anderson Street, Savannah, GA.    This year’s guest speaker will be WJCL’s Morning News Anchor Chris Tatum.  There is NO COST to attend the event, but registration is mandatory!  We are currently looking for Table Hosts for the event.  Please contact Leslie Eatherly at leatherly@savannahcblv.org to register for the event or if you’d like to be a Table Host.

Student Graduation/Family Day

The Center will celebrate the first graduating class of 2020 on Friday, March 20, 2020 from 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.  at the Center located at 1141 Cornell Avenue, Savannah, GA  31406.  Family members are encouraged to join their graduate to gain a better understanding of what blindness is.