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San Francisco Mayor London Breed stands with LightHouse CEO Bryan Bashin and LightHouse board President Chris Downey.
LightHouse Observes White Cane Day with Mayor London Breed
On October 15, LightHouse celebrated White Cane Day.
The back of a San Francisco muni bus showing the LightHouse/Vision Zero SF Safe Streets ad.
Look for LightHouse on San Francisco Muni Buses
LightHouse has put up bus tails on Muni buses across San Francisco.
Past participants in LightHouse's White Cane Day celebration stand in a row with canes extended.
Celebrate White Cane Day and meet Mayor London Breed
Celebrate and promote safety awareness at LightHouse Headquarters as we meet Mayor London Breed and walk to City Hall.
Students of our CVCL class practice their new mobility skills while crossing Market Street near LightHouse Headquarters.
San Francisco’s Market Street is being transformed and the city wants to hear from you
Learn more about and give input to the Better Market Street project.
Wanda Pearson, LightHouse Employment Immersion Coordinator, stands with Employment Immersion students and LightHouse volunteers outside San Francisco's Federal Building.
Employment Immersion Students Make Their Mark at Federal Job Fair
On September 4, 26 blind and low vision jobseekers attended a very special job fair.
Hands hold the San Francisco Bay Area Cities tactile map. A black LightHouse T-shirt appears in the background.
New local tactile maps at Adaptations
New tactile maps of the Bay Area and California are available now.
Red Szell climbs the rock formation Am Buachaille
Red Szell reflects on how the Holman Prize got him to the top of the rock
Red Szell successfully completed his Holman goal: a triathlon which included a 213-foot climb up a vertical rock formation,
Kate Williams stands, white cane in hand, in front of the Ed Roberts Campus.
Coming soon – LightHouse East Bay expands services
LightHouse East Bay is growing, and along with it, our commitment to providing a continuum of programs and services.
More on our blog…