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Jobs. Independence. Empowerment.

We are the largest employer of people who are blind on the West Coast and the largest employer of people who are DeafBlind in the nation.

Pictured: Machinist Nathan Greenwood working at the Machine Shop at the Seattle facility

Shuck It, Let’s Party!

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Join us for the first ever Lighthouse Oyster Roast! Enjoy unlimited steamed oysters, a hot dog bar, beer and wine, along with music from Charleston’s own Plane Jane and a silent auction. Start-off your weekend with a lot of fun and invite your family friends and neighbors as you support opportunities for jobs, independence, and empowerment for people who are blind here in the Lowcountry.

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Donations raised during the event will support the Lighthouse’s newest facility in Summerville, South Carolina! If you are not able to attend, you can still make an impact in the Lowcountry by donating today!

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