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White Cane Walk
Saturday June 3, 8:30am - 11:30am
Cleveland Sight Center, University Circle 1909 East 101st Street Cleveland , OH 44106
MORE INFORMATION ON THE 2017 WHITE CANE WALK COMING SOON!
The 2016 White Cane Walk event was held at Legacy Village in Lyndhurst on Saturday, June 18th. Thank you to all who joined us for a 1 Mile Stroll and the White Cane Walk! Our gratitude also extends to those who made a financial gift to the event or participated in some capacity as a volunteer. Thank you all for your continued support of Cleveland Sight Center!
There is still time to contribute to this year's fundraiser. Click here to make a donation.
Thank you to this year's sponsors:
|Association of Indian Physicians of Northern Ohio|
|Cleveland Clinic Cole Eye Institute|
|The Cuyahoga Group|
|Delta Gamma Alumnae - East|
|H.P. Technologies, Inc.|
|Kinzua Environmental, Inc.|
|Mitchell's Ice Cream|
|OttLite Technologies, Inc.|
|Schindler Elevator Corporation|
Want to learn more about the event? Check out the recap video from last year's White Cane Walk. Click here to view the video.
What is the White Cane Walk?
Cleveland Sight Center’s White Cane Walk, presented by the Association of Indian Physicians of Northern Ohio, is an annual fundraising event that attracts over 400 guests. Through a generous challenge grant from the SWP Foundation, the first $30,000 raised will be matched dollar for dollar!
Listen to CSC's Steve Frohwerk on WTAM 1100s "Wills and Snyder in the Morning" show as he discusses Cleveland Sight Center, our mission, offerings and the upcoming White Cane Walk. Click here for the audio.
Located on the main square of Legacy Village, the street fair atmosphere provides an opportunity for individuals to learn how those with vision loss perform daily tasks through hands-on activities and educational stations, including walking the sidewalks under blindfold using a white cane while escorted by a sighted guide. All proceeds benefit the programs and services at Cleveland Sight Center.
The event is fun for all ages and in addition to the walk and run, there will be activities including face painting, balloon artists, music, dancing, contests and more!
For more information on the White Cane Walk, please contact Steve Frohwerk at email@example.com or 216-791-8118.
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