Happy Thanksgiving From the American Foundation for the Blind
by Elizabeth Neal
Transcript: Thanksgiving dinner at Palawoo, 1918. (Left to right) Elsa Kingsley, Mrs. Mary Kingsley, Polly Thompson, Helen Keller, Myra Kingsley, Maybon Kingsley, Mrs. Macy "Teacher" -- We are doing our best with a 14 lb turkey that Mrs. Kingsley brought in with all the "fixins." How much have we all both as individuals and collectively the [sic] be thankful for this wonderful day with the World War over.
The American Foundation for the Blind is grateful for all of you, who share our vision of a world where the millions of people who are blind or visually impaired have equal access and opportunities to excel at school, at work, and in our communities.
- Just in time for Thanksgiving, VisionAware brings you this thoughtful post by Rev. Laura Bratton, a United Methodist pastor in South Carolina: Gratitude, A Healing Resource for People Experiencing Vision Loss
- FamilyConnect offers 6 great ways to Make the Most of Thanksgiving Week with Your Visually Impaired Child or Teen
- And AFB Press says "Thank You!" to our customers by offering a 20% savings in the AFB Store when you use coupon code Thanks2U before November 30, 2016.
Today and every day, AFB is thankful for you—our supporters who make our work on behalf of people with vision loss possible. We wish you and yours a happy Thanksgiving!
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