November 4, 2022
Children and adolescents with blindness or low vision can sometimes feel excluded or left out—forced to sit on the sidelines. At the same time, their siblings and friends play sports or participate in school extracurricular activities. But thanks to the support from donors like you, Clovernook Center’s Youth Adaptive Sports and Leisure Program is working to give children a chance to excel in sports without fear of failing.
You make it possible for children who are visually impaired to compete, socialize and feel a sense of pride by participating in activities that they can enjoy and call their own. This can be a life-changing experience for them.
Humbled by the incredible difference you make every day for children participating in our adaptive sports events, I am excited to see what the future brings.
You are a champion in their lives! Thank you for empowering and giving these children a real sense of belonging.
Wishing you much happiness in the upcoming year.
Chris Faust, President/CEO, Clovernook CenterBack to News