Junior Blind of America

Junior Blind Of America

Junior Blind, which was founded in 1953 as the Foundation for the Junior Blind, now serves thousands of people each year. The organization’s mission is to help children and adults who are blind, visually impaired or multi-disabled achieve independence. Located in Los Angeles, Junior Blind offers individualized methods of early intervention, education, recreation and rehabilitation to nearly 10,000 children and family members throughout California.

President and CEO, Miki Jordan, joined the organization in 2006 as the third CEO in the organization’s more than 55 year history. In January 2010, long-time supporter Stevie Wonder joined Junior Blind’s Board of Directors after many years of generous donations and special appearances at Junior Blind’s annual Children’s Holiday Carnival.

Read more about Junior Blind Of America:  Programs and Services, Junior Blind Olympics, Support

Other articles related to "junior blind of america, junior blind":

Junior Blind Of America - Support
... Junior Blind relies on private donations for more than half of its operating budget ... Junior Blind meets all 20 of the BBB Wise Giving Alliance’s Standards for Charity Accountability ...

Famous quotes containing the words america, junior and/or blind:

    Humanism, it seems, is almost impossible in America where material progress is part of the national romance whereas in Europe such progress is relished because it feels nice.
    Paul West (b. 1930)

    The junior senator from Wisconsin, by his reckless charges, has so preyed upon the fears and hatreds and prejudices of the American people that he has started a prairie fire which neither he nor anyone else may be able to control.
    J. William Fulbright (b. 1905)

    We may have civilized bodies and yet barbarous souls. We are blind to the real sights of this world; deaf to its voice; and dead to its death. And not till we know, that one grief outweighs ten thousand joys will we become what Christianity is striving to make us.
    Herman Melville (1819–1891)