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Capacity for Change – ASB Governance Audit Presentation, November 2020

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City and Government Resources

City of Philadelphia COVID-19 updates Food distribution sites Tax Relief resources Nonprofit relief information PA Department of Health’s Coronavirus webpage Business Resources Temple University Small Business Development Center: here Temple University’s free service to digitize your business: here City of Philadelphia tax guidance in response to COVID-19: here Philadelphia Industrial Development Corporation (PIDC) COVID-19 resources… View Page

VisionLink Senior Leadership Team Grows by Two

PHILADELPHIA (Jan. 30, 2023) — VisionLink, a nonprofit organization that is a trusted resource for adults with vision loss, has expanded its senior leadership team with the hiring of Sarah DeLaurentis as chief advancement and philanthropy officer and Alyssa (Ally) Richman as chief administrative and financial officer. DeLaurentis and Richman bring more than two decades… View Page


Make a Gift Your support of VisionLink is an investment in the high-quality education and training we offer the people we serve. Through the programs and connections to resources we provide, adults with vision loss gain or improve skills to be more independent at home, in the community, and at work. A gift to VisionLink… View Page

In-Office Director of Programs

Job Title: Director of Programs (In-Office) Supervisor: Chief Program Officer Department: Education & Training Date of Posting: April 2023 The Position Reporting to the Chief Program Officer, the Director of Programs manages all activities and functions associated with Educational Programs at VisionLink. The Director is responsible for the operational and administrative work in the planning, development, coordination, implementation, monitoring,… View Page

INTRODUCING VISIONLINK: Philadelphia Organization Supporting People with Vision Loss Marks a New Chapter with New Name

PHILADELPHIA (Feb. 1, 2022) – People living with vision loss in the Philadelphia region have long been supported by the organization known as Associated Services for the Blind and Visually Impaired (ASB). Today, the organization is initiating an exciting new chapter in its long history and marking that change with the introduction of its new… View Page

ASB is Now VisionLink

ASB is Now VisionLink | February 1, 2022 After more than a year of planning and preparing, we are excited to announce that ASB is now VisionLink! Why change our name? VisionLink better reflects: the work we do as a bridge and connection to community resources, educational and enrichment programming, and local providers for people experiencing… View Page

Connections: Special Edition, December 7, 2021

Upcoming December Events Welcome to a special December edition of Connections, ASB’s participant newsletter! Check out these virtual and in-person events to keep busy and spread some joy as it gets colder this holiday season! ASB is sharing the events below as a courtesy to ASB participants. These are non-ASB events. Please be mindful of any requirements,… View Page

Good Works Wednesday: December 1, 2021

Good Works Wednesday A newsletter celebrating ASB progress, programs and people At Associated Services for the Blind and Visually Impaired, we work every day to help individuals build skills and gain access to the information, experiences and resources they need to live the lives they wish to lead. We are an agency for anyone, anywhere on the… View Page

Connections: November 29, 2021

Welcome to ASB’s Participant Newsletter Welcome to Connections, ASB’s participant newsletter! This newsletter is a monthly resource for all things ASB. Read on for upcoming events, program schedules and other opportunities to explore. Feel free to forward this email along to anyone who may be interested in our programs and resources. Happy Holiday Season! We hope everyone had… View Page