Article in San Francisco Magazine naming BBF as part of The New Justice League
An article in the San Jose City Buzz Examiner – Helping Blind Babies See the World
Compiled and edited by BBF volunteer Angela Dowd – BBF Video Montage
Recorder Online South County News article November 1, 2010
PRWEB article on BBF Family’s DVD July 13, 2010
Knives, Fire and a Dream Dinner with Laura Martinez, June 5, 2010: Knives-Fire-Dream-evite ; Interview with Laura Martinez on CBS, January 2010.
2009 Beeper Egg Hunt San Francisco Chronicle article
This event is so much fun that we have two Beeper Egg Hunts annually! You can join the fun in Central Valley and in the Bay Area.
Children who are blind or visually impaired have the opportunity to take part in a traditional egg hunt adapted just for them, where specially-designed beeping eggs are placed throughout the grass for children to find by listening for their sound. The beeping eggs are then exchanged for candy-filled plastic eggs. The day is filled with crafts, music, food and fun for everyone!
Please join us for the 2016 Beeper Egg Hunts!
Central Valley Beeper Egg Hunt
Saturday, March 12, 2016
11:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
at Rowley Ranch
32592 Road 144, Visalia, CA 93292
Bay Area Beeper Egg Hunt
Saturday, March 19, 2016
11:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
at California School for the Blind
500 Walnut Avenue, Fremont, CA 94536
For more information about attending the Beeper Egg Hunts or becoming an event sponsor, please contact Samantha Joseph at firstname.lastname@example.org or (510) 446-2229 ext. 752.
Take a look at the slideshow from last year’s events*
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Cheryl Jennings of ABC7 News did a fantastic job on a feature story about Blind Babies Foundation that aired on October 30, 2015. Click the play button below to watch the story and learn about how BBF supports babies and toddlers who are blind or visually impaired, like Mackenzie. Thank you to ABC7 for their continued support of our children!
As of July 1, 2014, Blind Babies Foundation became a program of Junior Blind, a leading non-profit organization helping children and adults who are blind, visually impaired or multi-disabled achieve independence. With similar missions and visions, the union between Junior Blind and Blind Babies Foundation is a natural fit and our combined strengths will ensure brighter futures for even more babies in need of our critical services. To learn more, please visit www.juniorblind.org/bbf.
A new article from The Chronicle of Philanthropy highlights the challenges nonprofits are facing in 2011.