Invitation to join Sight Exchange
Posted by rivera2359 on 1/29/2006 at 10:38 PM
I would like to invite you to join the newly formed Sight Exchange group. The Sight Exchange group is open to all who want to donate, share or "recycle" items that serve the needs of the visually impaired. Whether it's a computer or small assistive technology device, feel free to post it. Or maybe you're looking to acquire something yourself! Nonprofit groups are also welcome to participate! One main rule: everything posted must be free. This group is part of Sight Exchange Network, a grassroots organization of people interested in keeping good stuff out of landfills and into the hands of people who can use it. It's easy to join and we look forward to meeting you and your group members. Please be sure to share this with anyone who might be interested in giving or receving all kinds of items....best of all-everything is FREE!!!
We will be scheduling upcoming media and events so spread the word and get invovled today!
To join send an email to the link below!
Or visit our group site at:
Our main website is www.sightexchange.com -- it is currently under construction, but check back soon!
Please forward this invitation to anyone you know that would be interested in free items for the visually impaired! The more people we have join, the more people we're able to help!
Have a great day, everyone!!
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Re:Invitation to join Sight ExchangePosted by angelwolf on 3/23/2006 at 4:54 PM
I would like to add that I have recently joined this group. These people are like my family. I am not encouraging or discouraging you to join. I'm just asking you to check out the main site, you'll be able to tell for yourself that these are all wonderful people. What have you got to lose...a few minutes maybe? Plus, you never know...
Thanks for your time my friends, and God bless you.
Re: Invitation to join Sight ExchangePosted by gfmueden on 9/26/2012 at 5:43 PM
By google Alert fpr AT I found qhat follows. Searching Trch Tak]lk for exchange I came here and post it here because it has the same purpose >>
a new online recycling database, The South Carolina Assistive Technology Exchange, to help citizens with disabilities and older people with functional limitations find affordable assistive technology devices and equipment.
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