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CLB’s 115th Anniversary!

Celebrate Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind’s 115th Anniversary! Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind has been serving the Washington, DC community since 1900! Help us celebrate 115 years serving those with vision loss. Lapel pins will be given to anyone joining the CLB 115 Club! Depending on your contribution, you will…

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William E. Bradford Memorial Award

The Washington Volunteer Readers for the Blind Announce the Fourth Annual William E. Bradford Memorial Award The purpose of the award is to honor and preserve William E. Bradford’s dedication to bringing the printed word to blind and visually impaired people by supporting the efforts of visually impaired people to…

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Diabetic Eye Disease Month

Diabetic Retinopathy Illustration

November is Diabetic Eye Disease Month Over 3.6 million Americans over the age of 40 suffer from a diabetic eye disease, most commonly diabetic retinopathy. This is the leading cause of blindness for American adults and the leading cause of preventable blindness worldwide. It affects 28.5% of Americans with diabetes…

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Shot in the Dark

Logo for CLB's Shot in the Dark Golf & Dinner Classic

The first Shot in the Dark Golf & Dinner Classic was held at Woodmont Country Club to support Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind's programs and services. This event included a clinic for blind golfers and a 9-hole night golf tournament.

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Digital Data Scan (DDS)

A Visionary Solution to Document Conversion and Management Whether you are in commercial real estate, insurance, banking or finance, federal government, state or local government, healthcare, schools construction, human resources, or any other business, Digital Data Scan is your quick comprehensive solution for document management. DDS provides a high quality…

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Training Internship Program (TIP)

Training Internship Program (TIP) The Training Internship Program (TIP) is a program offered by Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind. TIP was developed to mainstream individuals who are visually impaired into the workforce in a manner that benefits the visually impaired employee and the business community at large. The vision of…

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