Congrats to BCLC Alumnus and America's Got Talent Champion,
A group of Blind Children's Learning Center supporters gathered on September 19 to celebrate program highlights from the past year and meet new Executive Director, Angie Rowe. Hosted by CBRE Newport Beach, guests had time to mingle before hearing powerful parent testimony from Jackie and Zach Mullins on how services have helped change the course of their two-year-old daughter Zoe's life.
We're so thankful for all of our supporters! Together we truly make a difference to children who are blind and visually impaired in Orange County.
BCLC in the Community
Join us this weekend at the Festival of Children at the South Coast Plaza. The Festival of Children showcases more than 70 children’s charities that offer support, services and volunteer opportunities to the community. BCLC has been a proud participant in this month-long celebration since the beginning.
The BCLC booth will offer a textile matching activity to give children a chance to play a game relying on touch and sound instead of sight. Many thanks to the National Charity League - Monarch Beach volunteers for staffing the booth!
Days: Saturday and Sunday
Time: 11am to 2pm
BCLC Location: Booth 15 (located next to Banana Republic)
Free access to arts, cultural and,educational opportunities.
Schedule of Events
We hope all of you with young children can join us at Pretend City on October 15 from 11am - 2pm!
Golf, Shop, and Win at the Dr. Frank Villalobos Fall Golf Classic!
Dr. Frank Villalobos
Fall Golf Classic
Monday, October 14, 2019
Yorba Linda Country Club
12:00 pm - Golf Start
4:30 pm Social Hour, Speaker & Auction
2 Premier Tickets to the BNP Paribas Indian Wells Tennis Tournament Finals on Friday and Saturday
2-Night Stay at the Marriott Renaissance Esmeralda Resort
Thanks to our wonderful Golf sponsors!
Dr. Frank and Jeanette Villalobos
St. Andrews Sponsor
Pebble Beach Sponsor
Yorba Linda Country Club Sponsor
Legacy of Independence Society
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Stable, long-term support helps children like Jack (pictured) gain self-sufficiency from birth to age 22.
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