2018 CNIB Night Steps Windsor

Denny was well known for feeding his beloved swans that nested each year in front of his house.
Denny was well known for feeding his beloved swans that nested each year in front of his house.

Kenneys Walk for Denny

When: Friday, September 21, 6:00 pm

Where: Malden Park

Why We Walk

Our Dad, Dennis Kenney, lost most of his vision due to a stroke just after he turned 80. Despite his vision loss, his determination and positive attitude allowed him to remain in his home until he passed away this year. He received support from CNIB at the beginning of this journey. The visual aid and advice from CNIB employees helped him maintain his independence. In his memory, his children and their families are raising funds to help others that CNIB support.

Did you know that every minute, three Canadians turn to CNIB for support, advice and information? Or that CNIB has been Canada’s primary source of support for people who are blind or partially sighted? CNIB works to support thousands of Canadians who are blind or partially sighted each and every day, with personalized services including orientation and mobility, library services, emotional support, computer training and more.

For these reasons, we are participating in Night Steps to help raise funds for CNIB. Please support us by making a donation to one of our team members and help us help CNIB and Canadians in our community see beyond vision loss.

Or why not join our team and help us have an even bigger impact on the lives of those who are blind or partially sighted. 

Your support of CNIB Night Steps Walk through sponsorship, participant or pledge would be greatly appreciated. No gift is too big or too small!

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