Bowling in the Dark for Lighthouse of Pinellas

Saturday, May 10th our team at Guardian Trust participated in Bowling in the Dark for Lighthouse of Pinellas at Seminole Lanes. Lighthouse of Pinellas is one of the many organizations in which our non-profit Trustee, the National Non-Profit for Americans with Disabilities, Inc. has made a donation to support their programs and services.

Lighthouse of Pinellas has provided services to meet the needs of the blind or visually impaired for over 50 years. Chartered in 1956, the mission of Lighthouse of Pinellas is to advance the independence, opportunities and quality of life for the more than 40,000 residents of Pinellas County who are blind or visually impaired.

Lighthouse of Pinellas offers comprehensive vision rehabilitation programs for adults and seniors, job placement for adults, life enrichment programs for adults and seniors, an independently owned and operated product store and information and referral services. Our children’s program includes early intervention services for children birth to age 6, summer camp programs for ages 6 to 14 and a Transitions program for teen and young adults from 14 to 22. Transitions prepares these young people to enter the worlds of higher education and the workplace.


Pictures from our FUN bowling adventure to follow!

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