• Woman who is blind or visually impaired using a sewing machine.

    UPROXX
    Blind People are
    Running This Industry

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    Congressman Pete Sessions
    Supports the Dallas
    Lighthouse for the Blind

  • Man who is blind working at computer.

    FREE
    Computer Training

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    seeBOOST®
    Reclaim Your Freedom
    Mobility and
    Independence!

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    Jennifer Watts
    Customer Service
    Representative

YOUR GENEROUS GIFTS DIRECTLY SUPPORT PROGRAMS AND SERVICES THAT FACILITATE INDEPENDENT LIVING FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH VISUAL IMPAIRMENTS.

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News Stories

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Finding the Perfect Fit – A willingness to challenge the status quo opens the door to opportunities

In 2015, after 17 years at the helm of a publicly traded international aviation company, Hugh McElroy decided it was time to retire. But settling down, it turns out, wasn’t in his nature.

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Congressman Pete Sessions Supports the Dallas Lighthouse for the Blind

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Woman who is blind or visually imapaired using a sewing machine.

Made In America: Clothing And Textiles Sewn By Dallas Workers Who Are Visually Impaired

On a busy Dallas street, next to a bank and a Kroger supermarket, there’s something you might not expect: Dozens of people manufacturing products on a factory floor bigger than a football field. They’re making pens and sunglass cases, shirts and vests.

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Upcoming Events

The Dallas Lighthouse for the Blind provides events to create awareness and advocacy benefitting our mission
and to provide a social and educational community for our clients who are blind and visually impaired.
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Bingo Night

3rd Friday of the Month
Next: January 19, 2018 – 7PM-9PM
Join the fun the third Friday of every month with friends of the Dallas Lighthouse for the Blind.
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BAT IMPROV

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7PM-9PM

BAT IMPROV Night Returns at Dallas Lighthouse for the Blind!

Complimentary Show For Our Friends and Their Families Who Are Blind and Visually Impaired.

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Retirement Savings

Friday - July 28, 2017
Dallas Lighthouse for the Blind (Auditorium)
1:30PM – 3:30PM | FREE Lunch at 1PM

Trainees will identify and compare strategies for investing. Trainees will explain the relative importance of the following sources of income in retirement: Social Security, employer retirement plans, and personal investments. Each participant will identify an investment plan based on a scenario and present to the class reasons for selecting this strategy.

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The Dallas Lighthouse for the Blind has many opportunities for you to help us serve people who are blind and visually impaired of North Texas.
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Success Stories

Read amazing stories about the talented blind and visually impaired people of North Texas.
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Natasha Atkinson

For 10 years, Natasha Atkinson has been a successful massage therapist at the Anatole Hotel in downtown Dallas...
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Al Rodriguez

Thirty-four year old Al Rodriguez has been completely blind since he was seven due to detached retinas...
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Toni Grissom, wearing a blue t-shirt assembling eye glass cases

Toni Grissom

Toni Grissom has worked with the Dallas Lighthouse for the Blind for 38 years...
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Dallas Lighthouse for the Blind is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that focuses on improving
and enhancing the lives of people with blindness and visual impairments in North Texas.