The Care Card 2020
SHOP. SAVE. GIVE.
To Benefit the Foundation for Blind Children
By Shopping and Dining Safely
Oh happy day…you now have an excuse to shop and eat out! Beginning Friday, October 16 through Sunday, October 25, the Board of Visitors Care Card offers just that. During 10 days each fall, Care Card holders get a 20-percent discount at hundreds of Valley stores and restaurants just in time for holiday shopping. And, your purchases support the Foundation for Blind Children.
Above: Your Card Care 2020 purchases will benefit the Foundation for Blind Children.
THE BOARD OF VISITORS
The Board of Visitors, Arizona’s oldest women’s charitable organization, has been raising funds for more than 110 years to support nonprofits in the greater Phoenix community that serve the healthcare needs of women, children and the elderly.
The Board of Visitors is recognized for its tradition of leadership and community service − generations of caring women working for a healthier community. The journey began in 1908 with 16 women volunteering to visit patients at St. Luke’s Home, a tuberculosis sanatorium. When the St. Luke’s Hospital sold in 1996, The Board of Visitors formed its own 501(c)(3).
Thanks to the generous support of the Board’s fundraising efforts, over $21 million has been awarded to nonprofits in the greater Phoenix community that serve the healthcare needs of women, children and the elderly. For more information, please visit www.boardofvisitors.org
Above: Participating Care Card retailers and restaurants offer a 20-percent discount on purchases.
THE CARE CARD
The Board of Visitors Care Card program is Arizona’s largest retail fundraiser. Your Care Card purchase supports Foundation for Blind Children, the 2020 charity partner.
The Care Card has raised over $3 million in funding for Sojourner Center, Fresh Start, SARCC, Ryan House, UMOM New Day Center, Phoenix Children’s Hospital and Foundation for Blind Children.
You’ll have ten days – from Friday, October 16 through Sunday, 25 – to Shop, Save and Give. Purchase a Care Card for $60 online from Foundation for Blind Children or at participating retailers. The purchase of one Care Card will give a child their first white cane.
The 400+ participating retailers and restaurants offer a 20-percent discount. Some exclusions may apply. Participants include Arhaus., AVEDA, Bungalow Furniture & Accessories, CB2, Cornelia Park, Crate and Barrel, Doughbird, Eileen Fisher, Escada, FOUND, Hyde Park Jewelers, INTERMIX, J. Crew, JIMMY CHOO, Jo Malone London Boutique, Kate Spade New York, Kiehl’s Since 1851, The Linen Tree, Lululemon Athletica, Madewell, Olive & Ivy, Oliver Smith Jeweler, Ralph Lauren, Schmitt Jewelers, Sephora, St. John Boutique, Sur La Table, The Clotherie, Tory Burch, Tumi, Inc., urbAna, Valerianne of Scottsdale, Vince, Zinburger and hundreds more. For a complete list, organized alphabetically by name, by specialty and by area, visit www.thecarecard.org
Above: Care Card proceeds benefit the Foundation for Blind Children that serves as a resource for individuals with blindness or low vision.
FOUNDATION FOR BLIND CHILDREN
The mission of Foundation for Blind Children is to provide education, tools and services that enable all persons with vision loss to achieve greater independence.The nonprofit organization defines vision loss as a diagnosis, not a disability.
Founded in 1952, the Foundation is an essential resource to families and children with blindness or low vision. Serving all ages, from birth to currently 102 years old, it is the only agency of its kind in Arizona.
With three Valley locations (East Valley, West Valley and Central Phoenix), FBC teaches children to reach their highest potential – giving hope and inspiration to parents by challenging, supporting and celebrating the progress their kids make. These students climb mountains, attend college, secure employment and succeed. Nothing is impossible at Foundation for Blind Children. For more information please visit www.seeitourway.org
For additional info, phone 602.235.9554 or
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