Center for Vision Loss Draws its Sweepstakes Winners for March

March 2, 2020
 

C. Well Sweepstakes
The Center for Vision Loss drew the March winners of its C. Well Sweepstakes drawing on Monday.

The March winners are Anita Ambler of Allentown, PA; Gail Boissonneault of Emmaus, PA; Barbara Reimert of Allentown, PA; Jeff Smith of Allentown, PA; and Joy Stickler of Allentown, PA. Prizes are sent to the winners by postal mail.

An entrant’s first win in a drawing period earns them $50. Each additional win earns $100. All sweepstakes proceeds benefit the agency’s services and programs, which empower the visually impaired to claim personal independence and promote healthy eyesight throughout Pennsylvania’s Lehigh, Northampton, and Monroe counties.

All sweepstakes proceeds benefit the agency’s services and programs, which empower the visually impaired to claim personal independence and promote healthy eyesight throughout Pennsylvania’s Lehigh, Northampton, and Monroe counties.

Official rules are available at CenterforVisionLoss.org/Sweepstakes. A donation does not increase an entrant’s chance of winning.

The Center for Vision Loss empowers people with visual impairments to seize their independence and promotes healthy eyesight. With campuses in the Lehigh Valley and Monroe County, it combines a service tradition inspired directly by Helen Keller in 1928 with contemporary practices and state-of-the-art technologies. The Center for Vision Loss brings hope in focus with personal coaching and support, skills training, rehabilitation therapies, adaptation instruction, escorted transportation that provides access to healthcare and food supplies, and assistive devices. It prepares successful learners with preschool vision screenings, and it encourages eyesight preservation through community education. It provides services at little or no cost, and more than 80% of its clients with vision loss are from low-income households.

The Center for Vision Loss is the only service agency in the Lehigh Valley and Monroe County approved by the Pennsylvania Association for the Blind (PAB). It also is accredited by the Association for Education and Rehabilitation of the Blind and Visually Impaired (AER) and is a member of the VisionServe Alliance, a network of nearly 120 North American agencies that provide services to people with impaired sight.

 
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