History

We incorporated Blindconnect in 1998, in Nevada and have received IRS - 501(c)(3) non-profit status. Within our first year, the Board developed a detailed Plan of Action with goals and objectives for a 5-year period. Since then the Board meets annual and has formulated a long-range financial plan. These two documents are our North Star.

Blindconnect opened a fully equipped office in September 2000 with the generous help from Sierra Health, United Way, and grant funds from Clark County. In 2004, we moved to the Loux Center on the West Charleston Campus of the Community College of Southern Nevada.

2016 marked a big moment for Blindfconnct, as we open Angela’s House in the Mobility Training Center where we remain part of the nonprofit community.