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INDEPENDENCE THE LIGHTHOUSE WAY

 

CELEBRATE THE 4TH OF JULY EVERYDAY

THE LIGHTHOUSE WAY

BY GIVING THE GIFT OF INDEPENDENCE!

What comes to mind when you are asked what the Fourth of July means to you? To many, this summer holiday is about colorful fireworks and enjoying the outdoors having fun on our lakes or local pools, watching a Texas Rangers Baseball game, or listening to a concert in the park of patriotic music. To some, July 4th brings up delicious memories of good old American food - hamburgers, hot dogs, lemonade, homemade ice cream and watermelon! It is a grand time to remember and celebrate the birth of our nation and all of the freedoms that make our country great.
Here at the Lighthouse for the Blind of Fort Worth, we are fortunate to celebrate Independence Day every day!

Promoting independence within the community of the blind is the foundation on which we were founded in 1935. Today, 80 years later, this is still the most important aspect for our existence and what we take the most pride in as we impact thousands of lives - young and old - within the blind community.

The Lighthouse for the Blind also celebrates YOU! Because of you and your generous support of the Lighthouse's transformative mission, together we are providing freedom that comes as a result of job training, employment opportunities, and rehabilitative services. Thank you.

LET'S KEEP

CELEBRATING! 

Now that you have celebrated 2015 Independence Day in traditional ways, please also consider celebrating by giving the gift of independence through a donation to Lighthouse for the Blind of Fort Worth.  
You can also contact Nancy Fisher at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or
by calling 817-529-7782.
Our mailing address is
Lighthouse for the Blind of Fort Worth,
912 W. Broadway
Fort Worth, TX 76104 
Again, we say thank you!
 
In sincere appreciation,
Platt Allen, III                                                                            Alston Roberts
President/CEO                                                                         2015 Board Chairman 

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The Lighthouse for the Blind of Fort Worth provides several essential services to people who are visually impaired through diverse programs administered by skilled and caring professionals.

 

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