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COVID-19 Vaccinations Continue at LightHouse Headquarters for Next Four Fridays
Photo Caption: Close up image of a group of sealed glass bottles containing the vaccine On Friday, April 16 LightHouse’s
Caitlin O'Malior
LightHouse Staff Shares Her Experience Receiving the COVID-19 Vaccine at LightHouse
As I hopped out of my Lyft at 7th and Market Street and turned the corner toward the LightHouse headquarters
Chris Downey in a rowboat. Photo by Doug Olson, photographer
Photo by Doug Olson, photographer
Chris Downey Rows His Own Cycle for Sight
Read how Chris is participating in Virtual Cycle for Sight
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Pure Bioscience and LightHouse Win FAA Approval
PURE Bioscience and LightHouse announce the approval and use of PURE Hard Surface sanitizer and disinfectant by the Federal Aviation
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LightHouse in Solidarity with AAPI
By Mario Burton, Director of People and Culture Hate crime attacks on the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community
Tandem team David and Edwin ride their bike among four other bikers at Cycle for Sight in 2019
This Year, Roll Your Own Cycle for Sight
We’re thrilled to announce the return of Cycle for Sight, an annual fundraiser for Enchanted Hills Camp (EHC) that we’ve
Camp Director Tony Fletcher and EHC Staff in 2019
Looking for a Summer Job? Spend the Summer at Enchanted Hills Camp
Do you love the outdoors? Want to work with youth who are blind or have low vision? Would you like
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It’s Your Turn: LightHouse partners with SFTMA to make San Francisco a Safer City for All
Making your way through busy city streets can be difficult for any pedestrian, but let’s face it, even more so
A headshot of Mario, a black man, facing directly into the camera. He is wearing black, rectangular shaped glasses. Mario's right arm is propped on a desk that's out of the shot but his head tilts right and rests on his closed palm. He is wearing a burgundy plaid shirt
Mario Burton on Diversity, Black History and LightHouse’s People and Culture Team
Late last year LightHouse hired its first Director of People and Culture. The position is the outgrowth of our 2017
Composite photo of volunteers Alex, Gaurav and Mike wearing LightHouse branded masks
LightHouse Volunteers Can Help Schedule Vaccination Appointments
If you need support in completing any forms or navigating websites in order to schedule your COVID-19 vaccination appointment, please
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