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Prevention of Blindness Society of Metropolitan Washington

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Kensington Shop

The Prevention of Blindness Society of MetropolitanWashington (www.youreyes.org) has ongoing opportunities at our antique resale shop on Kensington, MD's "Antique Row." All proceeds go back to the Prevention of Blindness' sight-saving programs. Volunteers are needed to help:

  • Sort Donations
  • Stock Merchandise
  • Create Store Displays
  • Work the Cash Register

This is a great opportunity for individuals interested in art, antiques, fashion or retail management. All volunteers are asked to develop a consistent schedule for their work. Volunteers will begin training once they start their service at the store.

About The POB Resale Shop:

Welcome to Kensington's most unique resale shop - part of Kensington Antique Row, the DC metropolitan area’s largest and oldest antiquing center! We specialize in antiques, furniture, collectibles, bric-a-brac, jewelry, glassware and vintage clothing. The store depends on the generosity of area residents for donations of gently used items, which are available for purchase at fantastic prices. All store proceeds go toward making POB's vision programs in the community a reality.

COVID-19 Procedures:

Here’s what we are doing at the Look Again Resale Shops to help keep you safe:

  • Employees and volunteers verify that they have not had a temperature in the past 72 hours.
  • Employees have completed additional training related to our sanitization policies and procedures, including The ALX Promise Program.
  • Increased cleaning will be conducted using disinfectant on the EPA-approved list effective against COVID-19.
  • A hand sanitizing station will be available at our entrance.
  • Signage has been placed throughout the shop that highlights our sanitization guidelines.

Here’s how you can help keep our community safe:

  • Wear a face covering while in-store.
  • Sanitize hands upon entry/exit with provided sanitizer.
  • Observe social distancing by allowing at least six feet of space between each person while in-store.
  • Follow social distancing guidelines and markers placed on the floor.
  • Please stay home if you’re not feeling well - don’t worry, we will be here when you feel better!

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About Prevention of Blindness Society of Metropolitan Washington


415 2nd St NE #200, Washington, DC 20002, US

Mission Statement

Founded in 1936, the Prevention of Blindness Society of Metropolitan Washington (POB) is dedicated to the improvement and preservation of sight and quality of life by providing services and education, and by championing healthy vision and innovation to everyone in our area.


Each year, POB impacts approximately 13,000 community members through our evidence-based programs - including vision acuity and glaucoma screenings, eyeglasses distributions and fittings, educational vision resources and events, low vision rehabilitation services and support group networks, and more. We remain committed to comprehensive vision health, ethical service within the community, deep respect for individuals and families in all circumstances, innovation in service delivery, and serving as a facilitator among our medical and social service peers.

Our organization serves the District of Columbia, Northern Virginia, and Montgomery and Prince George’s Counties of Maryland.

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3716 Howard AvenueKensington, MD 20895



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  • People 55+



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