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Our Vision is Your Vision

Lighthouse Guild’s vision is a world in which no person is limited by their visual capacity. We know so many have a similar view. That is why there are so many ways to collaborate with us to make that vision a reality.

Corporations & Foundations

Corporations and Foundations are essential to the success and future of Lighthouse Guild. Through support from these visionary partners, Lighthouse Guild continues to provide exceptional services that inspire people who are visually impaired to attain their goals — empowering our clients to live fully and independently.

For information about institutional partnerships with Lighthouse Guild related to volunteer engagement, sponsorships, and matching gifts, contact our Development Department at 646-874-8219.

Patient Referral Partnerships

Lighthouse Guild collaborates with numerous doctors, hospitals/academic medical centers, healthcare and social services professionals and organizations to help their patients and clients who can benefit from vision rehabilitation and low vision services. For more information on referral partnership opportunities or to request an educational program, contact 646-300-0658 or email us at the link below.

Technology Partnerships

As never before, technological advances are poised to benefit people with visual impairment. And Lighthouse Guild is uniquely positioned to drive those advances in a way that will have a profound impact. Our current partners include technology companies such as OrCam, NaviLens and Envision. For more information on Lighthouse Guild Technology Center partnership opportunities or to support our new assistive technology resource for people with vision impairment and beyond, contact our Chief Technology Officer Bryan Wolynski, OD, FAAO at 212-769-6276 or complete the form at the button below.

More Ways to Collaborate

For other ways to partner with Lighthouse Guild, contact us.

Join our Mission

Lighthouse Guild is dedicated to providing exceptional services that inspire people who are visually impaired to attain their goals.