VisionLink is dedicated to assisting all who are living with vision loss to achieve greater independence through excellence in education and wrap-around support services that advance necessary skills and establish meaningful community connections. VisionLink is committed to collaborating with local, regional and national partners to broaden access to resources and opportunities that enable those we serve to live their lives to the fullest.
VisionLink seeks to inspire all who are living with vision loss to thrive.
Serving adults with vision loss in the Philadelphia region.
Your giving makes a difference.
VisionLink Board of Directors Grows
September 13, 2023
VisionLink Senior Leadership Grows by Two
January 30, 2023
Leadership and Board Officers
Karla S. McCaney, MBA, President & Chief Executive Officer
Beth Deering, Chief Program Officer
Ally Richman, Chief Administrative & Financial Officer
Sarah Glick Johnson, Chairperson
Kevin E. Brown, First Vice Chairperson
Tom Teesdale, Treasurer
Jacqueline Candido, PhD, Secretary
William J. D. Jordan
Dr. Ranjoo Prasad, OD
Thomas J. Wlodkowski
Thank you for your support in FY 2021-22.
BNY Mellon Mid-Atlantic Charitable Trusts
Caroline J. Sanders Charitable Trust #2 c/o Wells Fargo
Christian R. and Mary F. Lindback Foundation
Harriet G. Fredericks Foundation
Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia
Lydia K. Feidler Charitable Trust
Mary Gourlay Charitable Trust
Meshewa Farm Foundation
Muriel F. Siebert Foundation
PNC Charitable Trusts
The Connelly Foundation
The Honickman Foundation
The Joseph Kennard Skilling Trust
The Louis N. Cassett Foundation
The Philadelphia Foundation
VisionLink earned a 2021 Gold Seal of Transparency.
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Statement
VisionLink is fully committed to diversity, equity and inclusion. We embrace the diversity within our organization and within the multi-faceted community we serve. We embrace the principles of equity, fairness, and inclusion and we remain committed to best practices for providing anyone, anywhere on the vision loss continuum with the education, tools, and wrap-around services that they need to navigate their communities, manage their specific visual challenges, and live their fullest lives.
At VisionLink we realize that there are many forms of diversity including racial, gender, sexual identity, cultural, religious, economic, ability and disability, and we work diligently to be open and welcoming to all. Our work is collaborative – with those we serve, with our professional staff, with healthcare professionals, with community partner organizations, and with other human services agencies regionally and nationally. We believe that this collaborative framework, across disciplines and communities, as well as our commitment to serving those with vision loss makes our organizational efforts more diverse, more equitable, more inclusive, and more sustainable over time.