The Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired South Carolina  Announces Second Tri-County Location

The Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired South Carolina Announces Second Tri-County Location

Photo (From Left to Right): North Charleston Mayor Keith Summey, ABVI Client Katherine Vey-strachan, ABVI CEO Courtney Plotner, ABVI Board President Clay Hershey and Senator Sean Bennett. Expansion Planned as the Need for Vision Rehabilitation Services Grows...
Fonzi’s Fun Facts

Fonzi’s Fun Facts

Hi! My name is Guide Dog Fonzi. My handler Kimberly and I are at the ABVI Charleston office every Tuesday – Thursday so she can teach Activities of Daily Living, Assistive Technology and Soft Skills classes. Most of the time, I nap on my comfy bed while she works....
ABVI Participates in Community Poverty Simulation

ABVI Participates in Community Poverty Simulation

ABVI staff and board members recently participated in a Community Poverty Simulation coordinated by the Trident United Way. ABVI joined forces with East Cooper Community Outreach and Our Ladies of Mercy Community Outreach to give our staff and board members a deeper...
ABVI Seeks Experienced Fundraiser

ABVI Seeks Experienced Fundraiser

The Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired South Carolina (ABVI) seeks a fulltime dynamic, driven, experienced Director of Major Gifts to develop and manage a portfolio of major gift donors and prospects. ABVI is seeking a candidate with a 5+ year proven...
ABVI Announces New Name, Second Location and Expanded Services

ABVI Announces New Name, Second Location and Expanded Services

  January 14, 2019 –  With expansion underway in early 2019, the Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired – Charleston is excited to announce it has changed its name to the Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired South Carolina (ABVI).  In...