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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The Garnette Report – Gala 2019 Recamp

As published in The Garnette Report – July 11 2019 On May 16th, 2019, The Foreseeable Future Foundation hosted their second annual Seeing Past Sight Ball. The Foreseeable Future Foundation is a Non Profit Organization, that works with individuals and organizations that focus on the visually impaired thru sports and recreation.This was their celebration of …

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Seeing Past Sight Ball for Blind Athletes

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Updated April 25, 2019 For Immediate Release Contact: Elaine LaPersonerie Wink PR elaine@winkpr.com | 212 614 2191   2019 Foreseeable Future Foundation Benefit to Be Held May 16th in NYC Celebrating the Inclusion of Visually Impaired and Blind Athletes Around the World   Honorees Include Gary Sheinbaum, Chief Executive Officer of Tommy Hilfiger Americas & Jason …

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Blind Hockey Spotlight: Brady Koehler

“It’s like being free.” –Brady Koehler Brady Koehler is an athletic and bright 16-year-old sophomore at St. Dominic High School in New York. Brady has just started on a new hockey team and what makes him different than most hockey players is that he is legally blind. Brady was born with optic nerve hypoplasia. His eyes are perfect, but there …

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New Scholarship Opportunities for the Blind and Visually Impaired

The Foreseeable Future Foundation has new scholarship and grant opportunities to help the visually impaired participate in athletic events. New York (March 4, 2019): Until April 30, 2019, the Foreseeable Future Foundation (FFF), a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Organization that works with visually impaired future and current athletes, is accepting applications for individual scholarships and grants for …

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North Carolina Training Camp

Starting on December 15th and going through December 20th of 2018, the Foreseeable Future Foundation co-sponsored a training camp in North Carolina alongside the Para-Guide Foundation and R-5 Para. The purpose of the training camp was to help the athletes participating get prepared for the World Selection event in California in the month of February. …

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Blind Hockey

“They can take our vision, but they can’t take the sport away. Kieth Haley from the Hartford Braillers Being visually impaired can make it seem like your opportunities have dwindled, but luckily there are organizations like New York Metro Blind Hockey to bring joy back into your life. Just imagine, the cold wind on your cheeks, your …

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USA Paralympic Track Championships

On December 8th and 9th, the USA Paralympic Track Championships took place in Colorado Springs, CO. Our founder Griffin was in attendance and competed, as well as some of the athletes we sponsored for the Tennessee Paracycling Open in September. The USA Paralympic Track Championships had different categories of competitions, one of the categories being …

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October Awareness Campaign

The month of October was blind awareness month, and there were two special days within the month that brought attention to topics related to the visually impaired and blind community. The first day – which happened on October 6th – was National Blind Sports Day. National Blind Sports Day was founded by the United States …

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Envision Sports Camp

During the first week of June, the Foreseeable Future Foundation sponsored 11 visually impaired children at the Envision Sports Camp, a week-long adaptive sports camp located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The kids had a great time learning and participating in a wide array of sports, including blind hockey, goalball, gymnastics, frisbee golf, baseball, track and field, …

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