The Foreseeable Future Foundation Announces 2021 Funding Recipients

Organizations awarded for adaptive sporting events The Foreseeable Future Foundation released its 2021 Funding Program recipients. Funding was awarded to both groups and individuals in the visually impaired and blind community who exemplified the core values the foundation holds. With an overwhelming amount of applications this year, the foundation was able to award financial compensation …

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Speaker Panel – Making An Impact In The Community

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Foreseeable Future hosted a second speaker panel, this time featuring the founders and directors from Envision Blind Sports and NY Metro Blind Hockey, two organizations whose mission is to improve the lives of the visually impaired. Host Mark Farrell got the incredible success stories from Wendy Fagan and Ted Caputo on their journey, the success …

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Athletes Panel – Overcoming Obstacles

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The Foreseeable Future Foundation hosted its first virtual panel discussion, Overcoming Obstacles in Sports. Sponsored by Swerve Fitness visit The event featured stories of athletes with visual impairments and blindness who the foundation has impacted. Watch the video on demand below Host Mark Farrell Mark is a passionate Motivational Speaker, award winning New York …

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Equestrian Wren Zimmerman

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The Foreseeable Future Foundation had the amazing opportunity to sponsor an up and coming Equestrian queen, Wren Zimmerman, for the Kentucky Summer Classic in Lexington, Kentucky. This is an extremely competitive horse show event where the majority of the riders are able-bodied. Our spotlight athlete Wren, fortunately, won’t let that additional obstacle get in her …

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