It's #GivingTuesday 2016! Donate Your Used Assistive Technology

On this #GivingTuesday 2016, World Services for the Blind is launching an assistive technology donation drive. Watch the video to learn more about how you can help! 


From iPhones and iPads to Braille displays and notetakers—if you would like to donate your used assistive technology devices, simply fill out this form and we will contact you to make arrangements for pickup or delivery. 

Don't have any devices but want to help support the AT lab? Visit our donations page and make a financial gift today!

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Video: 2016 Vision Award Speeches & Presentation

If you missed the 2016 Vision Award luncheon on October 27 at the Little Rock Marriott, you're in luck! Check out the videos below, and for photos of the event, have a look at this post.

World Services for the Blind president & CEO Sharon Giovinazzo addresses guests at the 2016 Vision Award luncheon honoring Dr. Joel E. Anderson, retired chancellor of UALR.


WSB graduate and Jr. IT administrator Shana Kassel shares her story with guests at the 2016 Vision Award luncheon honoring Dr. Joel E. Anderson, retired chancellor of UALR.


Ron Copeland, retired director of the University District Partnership in Little Rock, Arkansas, presents Dr. Joel E. Anderson with the 2016 Vision Award. Dr. Anderson is the recently retired chancellor of UALR, which has been a neighbor to WSB for decades.

2016 Vision Award Luncheon

Thursday, October 27, was the 16th annual Vision Award held by the World Services for the Blind Foundation. This year the Foundation honored Dr. Joel E. Anderson, retired chancellor of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. WSB and UALR have been neighbors for decades, and we remain grateful for the friendship and partnerships forged between the two organizations over the years.

Photo Set by Lee Rogers, WSB Administrative Assistant | Photographer