5K and Walk for INDEPENDENCE

My mom & I at Nubble Light. Though she can no longer see it, it still makes us happy.
My mom & I at Nubble Light. Though she can no longer see it, it still makes us happy.

Emerson's Team

"Alone we can do so little, Together we can do so much." - Helen Keller

This year has tested us, all of us felt alone at times, and for those struggling with severe vision loss. It was that much harder, everything changed - for everyone.  Take a minute though and imagine what it would be like if you couldn't be sure you were keeping proper distance, or you could not see the signs that pointed you in new directions... 

I am asking you today to make a donation to help people of all ages and all stages of vision loss, so that they can gain the skills, and confidence needed to live their lives.   This pandemic alienates us, take a minute to come together for the greater good and make a difference.  

I will be walking/running 3.2 miles blindfolded to raise awareness of the importance of the training the Carroll Center provides.  Please support me in my mission to help all those adjusting to blindness and vision loss. 


Sincerely,
Angela Haynes

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This year, our family is once again participating in The Carroll Center for the Blind’s 5K and Walk for INDEPENDENCE.

Personally will be taking on the "Blindfold Challenge" which means I will be running/walking 3.2 miles occluded with a sighted guide with a goal of raising $1,000. I am doing this to spread awareness and the importance of the services The Carroll Center provides.

Please consider donating to our team or joining us by walking, running or participating the Blindfold Challenge.

The Carroll Center for the Blind provides services to people of all ages and all stages of blindness. I have personally been privileged to witness the incredible transformation our services make for those we serve.

Please join me to help raise funds and transform lives. Thank you!

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