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EBC 2016 Christmas Party

Thank you to everyone to came out and make our annual Client Christmas Party a huge success. 



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Thank You

A Special Thanks to the Northwest Lions Foundation for Sight & Hearing for their generous grant to the Edith Bishel Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired

This grant provided funds for all new computers for every office staff member. All of the old computers were very outdated, falling apart and no longer meeting the growth needs of the Center. The new computers have allowed us to be more effective and efficient in our daily use to meet the information and practical needs of our clients.

The Edith Bishel Center is so thankful for the continued partnership with the Northwest Lions Foundation for Sight & Hearing!



Beep Baseball Event


A special thanks to all of the sponsors who's contributions made our Beep Baseball event a HUGE success! We could not do what we do without the generous support from our caring community.

Beep Baseball sponsors

Beep Baseball event Pictures with the Seattle South King Sluggers and the Tri-City Dust Devils.









Beep Baseball Event

IPhone/IPad Training


IPhone training

A special thanks to Spencer Peterson and Karman Rasul for the IPhone, IPad training this past Saturday. You both are such a huge asset to the individuals who are blind and visually impaired in our community.

If you missed this fantastic training, don't worry, there will be another one in July. Date and time coming soon.

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2016 Scholarship Awards




Low Vision Technology Open House


The Low Vision Technology Open House this past weekend was a HUGE HIT! Special thanks to the team from Vision Matters for showing us the latest in low vision technology. If you missed the event, please come by the Center to check out some of the new equipment we have on display.

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Visionary Partner Program


As a nonprofit organization, there are many needs, yet, dwindling sources of funding. There is no “quick fix” to this issue, but rather the joint effort of many people giving something large or small so that the growing impact that the Edith Bishel Center is having on the visually impaired and blind community can continue and grow.

I am excited to introduce a new way to support our local community of people with blindness and vision loss: the “Visionary Partner” Program. Individuals like you can schedule a small monthly donation that will make a large difference in the life of someone who is blind or visually impaired. Your monthly gift will provide a reliable source of funding to support life-changing services offered by Edith Bishel Center.

Please click on the link to our web page for more information: Visionary Partner Program