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Blog2024-05-20T13:19:36-07:00

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From latest events to upcoming events to success stories and so much more. Below you will find all the latest updates and goings on at FBC. Enjoy!

 

2204, 2024

Notes on Blindness – John Hull and His Audio Diary

Notes on Blindness, a synopsis by Rachel Pulver Notes on Blindness At age 45 John Hull was registered blind due to a combination of cataracts that developed in his youth and later a detached retina. In June of 1983, three years after being registered blind, Hull began to keep an audio diary on cassette to make sense of his [...]

1604, 2024

FBC’s Next Top Model – the Search is On!

The flowers are brought in, the chairs are placed, the photographers ready their focus, the MC stands at the podium, and the Red Carpet is unrolled. There is an excitement in the air. The models are prim and proper. FBC's 2024 Fashion Show is just days away.  Every year, Foundation for Blind Children puts on a Fashion Show in [...]

2903, 2024

Arizona Skin Cancer Foundation visits FBC

Protect Your Skin: Understanding the Importance of Sunscreen and Its Various Forms Sunscreen isn’t just a beach-day essential; it’s a year-round necessity for maintaining healthy skin. Whether you’re soaking up the sun while on vacation or going about your daily routine, protecting your skin from harmful UV rays is crucial. This week, the Arizona Skin Cancer Foundation visited FBC to [...]

2803, 2024

Honoring Marc Ashton for 17 Years of Service

Ashton Family Field Dedication This morning, Foundation for Blind Children celebrated Marc Ashton by dedicating the field at our Central Campus as the Ashton Family Field. Marc is retiring at the end of June after 17 years as FBC’s CEO. It has been a long and exciting 17 years, full of challenge, growth, and success, and we are honoring Marc [...]

1403, 2024

Read Across America and the Importance of Reading

Story Time Every year, on March 2nd, classrooms, libraries, and communities across the United States celebrate Read Across America and the importance of reading. This annual event, organized by the National Education Association (NEA), aims to promote literacy and encourage a love for reading among people of all ages.  At Foundation for Blind Children, we celebrated Read Across America and [...]

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