Past Events

12/8/2020 | Online
A virtual forum on the impact of COVID-19 on the lives of people living with vision impairment and blindness, and ways in which Lighthouse Guild and the field, in general, has responded.
10/17/2020 | New York, NY
Original Event Date: October 17, 2020 New Event Date: Fall 2021 After careful consideration of the issues surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, Lighthouse Guild is postponing our Bressler Vision Science Symposium
3/13/2020 | Bronx, NY
A FREE online/tele-phonic workshop for parents of children with a visual impairment Our workshop scheduled for March 13 will NOT be held at the New York Institute for Special Education. 
3/3/2020 - 3/4/2020 | New York, NY
For Individuals with Vision Impairment and Blindness Lighthouse Guild continues to serve people who are visually impaired by providing assistance with filing their 2019 federal, state and city income tax
1/25/2020 | New York, NY
Saturday Youth Transition Program Dress for Success, Guest Lecture Series January 25, 2020 “Clothing is communication,” this was a portion of the lesson provided to the participants in the Saturday
12/17/2019 | Buffalo, NY
On December 17,  2019. The clients at the Buffalo Guild Care Program celebrated with their annual holiday party.  Once again with the support of Lighthouse Guild volunteers, staff and other
12/11/2019 | New York, NY
WHERE: The Children’s Aid Society, Gymnasium 885 Columbus Avenue (at 104th Street), NYC WHEN: Wednesday, December 11, 2019, 1:30 – 3:30 pm Learn about health and social services, arts, advocacy,
11/25/2019 | New York, NY
On  Monday, November 25, 2019,  Lighthouse Guild, worked with one of our partners, The Borough of Manhattan Community College ( BMCC) to host a workshop on nontraditional human services careers
11/17/2019 | New York, NY
Time: Sunday, November 17 • 10:30am-12:30pm Location: The Jewish Museum 1109 Fifth Avenue at 92nd Street, NY NY 10128 Cost: FREE! Lighthouse Guild and The Jewish Museum invite children ages
10/31/2019 | New York, NY
This year the fall celebrations began with Halloween! With the help of The Volunteer Resources Department and our faithful volunteers, the program participants were engaged in arts and craft workshops.