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2018 Scholarship Applications Now Open

After an overwhelming response to our 2017 scholarships, we are excited to announce our second year of scholarships is now taking applications!   The STME scholarship program is to provide financial assistance to university students who are vision impaired or blind, who are working toward a sustainable and rewarding career in their chosen field. Up…

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Relay4Vision Raffle Winners

And the winners are..... 1. Trip for two to Bali including 6 nights accommodation at Villa Joglo, Seminyak and return flights from Sydney valued at $4000 - Lauren Lucia 2. Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb for two valued at $500 - Eleni Liaros 3. Personal Training Package at Vision Personal T Raining Blakehurst valued at $500…

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Relay 4 Vision Is Almost Here!

Relay4Vision Schedule Saturday 17 June 2017 Vision Personal Training, 383 Prnces Hwy Blakehurst NSW Relay Kicks off 7am 7am til late Expresso Coffee 2 U 11am -2pm DJ Trey, MC Natalie Tesoriero, Jumping Castle, Guessing Games 1:30pm Meet Jason Nightingale form the St George Illawarra Dragons 4pm -9pm Despana Food Truck, Mr Jayson, MC Jeremy…

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Raffle tickets now on sale!

Relay4Vision Raffle Tickets are now available for purchase!  1 ticket $5 | 3 tickets $10 | 7 tickets $20 | 20 tickets $50 Raffle will be drawn 8pm Saturday 17 June 2017 at Relay4Vision. Winners will be notified by phone. Tickers can be purchased on the day of event, or click the link below to…

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Relay4Vision Back in 2017

We are very excited to be holding Relay4Vision for the second year! Last year we raised over $22000 which enabled us to offer our first ever Scholarship Program,  purchase adaptive technology apps for university students and continue our work  around counselling and advocacy. This year we hope to raise $50000 and need your help! Event…

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Scholarship Recipient #3: Kimberlee Brooker

Our second scholarship recipient is Kimberlee Brooker from the South Coast of NSW. Kimberlee is studying a Bachelor of Laws at the University of Wollongong. What is your visual condition and how has it affected you? I lost my sight suddenly over night at the age of five. I was diagnosed three months later with…

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Scholarship Recipient #2: Sammy Alexander

Our second Scholarship recipient is Sammy Alexander who has Cone Rod Dystrophy. Sammy is from Western Sydney and is completing her Masters of Forensic Mental Health. She shares with us her goals and tips for other's considering studying with a vision impairment. Why did you choose to study your Masters degree? I decided to apply…

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Scholarship Recipient #1: Grace Jarrott

See Through My Eyes has given four deserving and inspiring university students a scholarship to assist in their education. We received applications from across the country, all who shared their stories of persistence and passion. It was a difficult decision to choose only four and we are looking forward to our next round later this…

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Article: Chrissy’s push to break down barriers

Thank you to Guide Dogs NSW/ACT for writing this wonderful article on our Founder, Chrissy Antonopoulos, and her journey with Guide Dog Lacey. Chrissy talks about her goals for 2017 including breaking down the stereotypes of blindness. https://www.guidedogs.com.au/news-events/news/chrissys-push-break-down-barriers    

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Call For Adaptive Technology

Do you own adaptive technology you no longer use? We are looking to expand our Adaptive Technology Loan Pool. See Through My Eyes offers adaptive technology for studying and in the workplace. Since purchasing adaptive technology can be quite expensive  and assistance is not always available, we aim to bridge the gap to ensure every student…

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