ACBVI Adds Virtual Programming amid Closure
The Arizona Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired will begin a virtual social recreation program for its clients within the next month. The goal is to keep our community connected and safe.
“We’d love to reopen our facility, but we recognize many of our clients and staff are still at risk for contracting COVID-19,” said Jim La May, ACBVI CEO. “Their health and safety must come first.”
ACBVI already offers some of its services via virtual platforms. We are developing new methods of training to help our clients achieve their goals.
We will continue to prepare our facility for reopening in line with guidance from the AZ Department of Health and the CDC.
Get the latest updates on our website and social media.
If you have questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 602-273-7411. Thank you for your continued support and understanding.
About The Author
Jon Williams is the Fund Development Officer at ACBVI. He has over 25 years of professional non-profit experience in development, fundraising, volunteer and event management with national non-profits including the American Cancer Society, the American Diabetes Association, and three member food banks in the Feeding America network, including his last position as Development Manager with United Food Bank in Mesa. Originally from South Bend, IN and a graduate of Ball State University, Jon has devoted his career in giving back to the community and providing assistance to those underserved populations needing help. A resident of Chandler, Jon enjoys the Arizona lifestyle along with traveling near and far, a great live concert or an exciting sports game!