Sales from New Virtual Holiday Bazaar, C. Well Bunny Ornament to Benefit Agency Services

Fans of the Center for Vision loss can support its mission by purchasing a new C. Well Bunny ornament and by taking advantage of exclusive offers from popular retailers during the agency’s first Virtual Holiday Bazaar from Monday, Dec. 7, through Friday, Dec. 11.

Handcrafted by Sheena Annalise Atelier, the C. Well Bunny ornament comprises of custom-designed embroidery on a hand sewn felt bauble. It depicts C. Well decking his halls with holly.

Throughout the five-day holiday bazaar, a portion of proceeds from sales of the C. Well Bunny ornament; additional items from Sheena Annalise Atelier; and gifts from AmazonSmile, One Hope Wine, and Thirty-One Gifts will be donated to the agency. The agency also will receive proceeds of qualified sales from fashion jewelry retailer Kendra Scott on Monday, Dec. 7, and Tuesday, Dec. 8.

Special promo codes are required by most participating retailers. The AmazonSmile offer is valid throughout the year. Offer details and promo codes can be found on the web at CenterforVisionLoss.org/Holiday.

The Center for Vision Loss empowers people with visual impairments to seize their independence and opportunity and champions healthy eyesight throughout its communities. With operations in Pennsylvania’s Lehigh Valley and Monroe County, it combines a service tradition motivated by Helen Keller in 1928 with contemporary practices and advanced technologies. The organization’s support and rehabilitation services promote the accomplishment of daily tasks, increased access to medical services and food supplies, enhanced personal wellness, and extended self-sufficiency. Its free vision screenings for children stimulate success in school and its community education programs advocate for eye health and safety. All agency services are provided at little or no cost, and 85% of its clients and patients with visual impairments are from low-income households.

The Center for Vision Loss is an independent member of the Pennsylvania Association for the Blind (PAB) that is accredited nationally by the Association for Education and Rehabilitation of the Blind and Visually Impaired (AER) and affiliated with the VisionServe Alliance, a network of North American agencies that serve people with visual impairments.