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Last year we served nearly 750 children. Help us continue to make a difference!

As we prepare to celebrate our 35th anniversary, we know the next twelve months are critical and we need our VIPS supporters even more. Please help us during this challenging time by continuing your existing pledges or donations. If you are not a monthly donor--now would be a great time to initiate a monthly gift. The families we serve depend on our teachers and we depend on you to help us in our critical mission to provide early intervention to every child with blindness or low vision.

Learn more about how we plan to support and provide service to families and children during this period of change.

Stories

Read inspirational stories of VIPS children.

Harper playing in ball pit at VIPS Kids Town.

Harper

Harper  was diagnosed with Joubert's Syndrome but her development and growth continues with the help of VIPS .

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Lola

Lola's story begins in Costa Rica where her parents began their journey to better understand Lola and her visual impairment.

Preston's story

Preston

Preston was diagnosed with a Cortical Visual Impairment (CVI) but continues to make progress with early intervention through VIPS services.

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Trystan Progresses

He came into our lives with Gods Perfect Timing. But…

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Elijah's Determination Overcomes Hurdles of Ocular Albinism

Elijah's Determination Overcomes Hurdles of Ocular Albinism

Elijah was first seen by our ophthalmologist in late February…

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Ashley and Aaron are working against blind stereotypes.

Ashley and Aaron Working Against Blind Stereotypes

Mary Ann Reynolds, former VIPS staff member and mother of VIPS graduate Ashley Reynolds Linson and mother-in-law of VIPS graduate Aaron Linson, sent along a progress report of Ashley and Aaron’s current life.

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