Facebook Twitter You Tube

LightHouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired

Founded in 1902, San Francisco’s LightHouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired promotes the independence, equality and self-reliance of people who are blind or have low vision. We offer blindness skills training and relevant services such as access to employment, education, government, information, recreation, transportation and the environment. We also pursue the development of new technology, encourage innovation, and amplify the voices of blind individuals around the world.

 

LightHouse News

LightHouse listenings presents the World According to Sound
For Ears Only: LightHouse Listenings presents podcast ‘The World According to Sound’ on March 8th and 9th
Popular San Francisco podcast The World According to Sound brings its live event to our headquarters in March.
Read more.
Creative Director Renae Davidson takes portrait photographs in the LightHouse Fitness Studio.
Stride Into Valentine’s Day with Professional Photos and a New Workshop from LightHouse
Join us this Thursday, February 9th for a dating workshop and a pop-up photoshoot.
Read more.
A gooey chocolate cake sprinkled with almonds.
LightHouse Kitchen Recipe of the Month: Julia Child’s Reine de Saba Cake
Stop by the LightHouse Kitchen on February 14 and 16 to learn how to make Julia Childs' famous Reine de
Read more.
EHC Logo
The Summer 2017 Enchanted Hills Camp Schedule is here!
See our full 2017 EHC schedule and register today!
Read more.
The facade of the Asian Art Museum lit up with a gigantic PRIDE banner, above a lively and colorful crowd.
The LightHouse Community to Join the 47th Annual PRIDE Parade
Get involved with the LightHouse community Pride celebration at our public planning meeting on February 18th.
Read more.
A preview of the Spotlight App shows the program's high contrast and large print features. The image shows a sample text of Shakespeare's Henry V.
LightHouse to Provide Apple Technology for Students with Low Vision
We're pleased to announce a new initiative that will put new technology in the hands of students with low vision,
Read more.
Tim Tonachella sits at his desk surrounded by his own black and white photographs.
Street Photography – By and For the Blind
Tim Tonachella's street photography and portraiture is generous, honest and a bit rough around the edges.
Read more.
The Holman Prize for Blind Ambition over an image of a person with a cane silhouetted against a starry sky.
LightHouse Announces the Holman Prize for Blind Ambition
What would you do with $25,000? Start imagining.
Read more.

More on our blog…

Northern California's leading provider of services, advocacy and community for those who are blind or visually impaired.