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Our 8th Annual Walk for Independence on Sunday, June 28th is now going to be VIRTUAL!
How you can help...
* Register FOR FREE as a participant or make a team. www.carroll.org/walk
* Take a picture of you/ family/ friends holding a Walk sign (sign can be emailed/mailed to you/ available for pickup).
* Participate: pick your own route at your own time. Take a photo afterwards of you/ your team (with or without sign). Send photo to firstname.lastname@example.org or post photo on Social Media using #WalkTogether @thecarrollcenter
* On Social Media, follow and share the Walk for Independence (website or Facebook page).
* Place signs in designated locations in the Newton area (CCB will provide you with the signs and a map of sites to place the signs).
* Contact local businesses to see if they can provide any type of auction item for the Walk (more specifics will be provided).
**Please be mindful of social distancing and mask wearing advisory. If you need any assistance registering or have questions please contact our Development Team at email@example.com.
Participants will receive a complimentary CCB T-shirt!
Contact Angelina, firstname.lastname@example.org, if you're interested in participating in any of these tasks.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
770 CENTRE ST, NEWTON, MA 02458, US
The Carroll Center for the Blind empowers those who are blind or visually impaired to achieve independence and to lead a fulfilling life.
Established in 1936, The Carroll Center has pioneered many innovative services for the blind and visually impaired. We have developed many methods for people with low vision to learn the skills to be independent in their homes, in class settings, and in their work places. Our services for the blind include vision rehabilitation services, vocational and transition programs, assistive technology training, educational support and recreation opportunities for individuals who are visually impaired of all ages. For over 70 years, The Carroll Center staff has provided help for the blind for thousands of blind and vision impaired persons with diverse opportunities for success and independent living.
This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.
May 18, 2020