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Why I Walk
I walk because vision loss is something that needs to be brought to more peoples attention, day in and day out I see and talk to patients who are dealing with vision loss. Vision loss is a very real and very scary thing that anyone could go through. Being a part of this walk has allowed me to share my passion for raising awareness for those with vision loss. If you can't join me in the walk please consider donating to the cause. Although I personally have an eye condition (keratoconus) that causes my vision to not be perfect I know that if I was to ever need help from the CNIB they would be there for me. Raising awareness for vision loss will help ensure that the CNIB can continue to help patients for many years to come.
Did you know that every minute, three Canadians turn to CNIB for support, advice and information?
Celebrating 100 years in 2018, the CNIB Foundation is a non-profit organization driven to change what it is to be blind today.
Your donation helps CNIB deliver innovative programs and powerful advocacy that address the needs of people of all ages and empowers Canadians impacted by blindness to:
- Enhance their skills, realize their goals andlivewith confidence
- Have fun,play, connect with others and demonstrate that people with sight loss can do anything
- Get the skills and resources to attainworkambitions, and break through barriers in the job market
- Learnthe knowledge, social skills and independence to achieve their full potential in school and life, and
- Advocateto change perceptions about blindness, eliminate barriers and transform challenges into opportunities
By supporting these life-changing programs, you're making a significant difference in the lives of people right here in our community who are living with sight loss and empowering them to lead independent, active lives and chase their dreams.
For these reasons, I’m participating in Night Steps to raise funds for CNIB and change what it is to be blind today. Please donate to my page and help CNIB and Canadians in our community see beyond sight loss.
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