Giving Tuesday is coming up next week. In celebration please consider making a donation to the WCBA. Your gift will help support our efforts of employment, advocacy, assistance, awareness and independence!
It is through the kindness of our friends and neighbors that the WCBA mission endures! Visit Ways To Give to see how you can help.
Please join us in congratulating Michael Daley for his outstanding performance at PNC Park Tuesday night. We are so proud of you Michael!
Click below to watch Michael’s video.
The WCBA’s Summer Newsletter is here! You can click the image below to see what we’ve been up. The newsletter features a recap of recent events, awards and other activities as well as updates from our work activity center, adult training facility, embroidery department and more!
Join the Westmoreland County Blind Association for our 16th Annual Golf Outing.
- Date: Friday, June 8
- New Times: Registration at 8:00 a.m. Shotgun start at 9:00 a.m.
- Location: Greensburg Country Club
- Price: $100 per golfer
We have a great day planned for attendees including 18 holes of golf with cart, lunch at the turn, games of skill and chance, buffet dinner at 2:30 p.m., raffles, prizes, and a commemorative gift. The first Hole-In-One at designated hole will win a prize from Hillview Motors.
Download the registration form to sign up or call 724-837-1250 ext 12 for more information.
We still have a variety of sponsor opportunities available with pricing starting as low as $50 for tee sponsorships.
We had a great time at last week’s Visions of Springtime! Thanks to everyone who joined us at Greensburg Country Club for a great evening of friendship and fundraising! You can click the image below or use this link to see the photo album of the event.
In celebration of #GivingTuesday please consider making a donation to the WCBA. Your gift will help support our efforts of employment, advocacy, assistance, awareness and independence!
It is through the kindness of our friends and neighbors that the WCBA mission endures! Visit
Ways To Give to see how you can help.
Want to learn more about the WCBA and see what we’ve been up to this past year? You can click the image below to download our annual report!
Please click the image below to enjoy our Summer Newsletter and see what’s been happening at the WCBA.
As Spring arrives in western Pennsylvania, we are called to the outdoors. We rediscover what has been hidden by snow and lay dormant during the winter months. The nice weather is our inspiration to collect branches or leaves that have accumulated in the corners of the yard; stain the deck in time for grilling season or break out the bicycle.
The Westmoreland County Blind Association wants you to enjoy the season, and most importantly be safe and prevent eye damage. Please consider these tips to protect your vision in the coming months:
- Wear sunglasses outside when the sun shines. Look for lenses that block 100% of both UVA and UVB rays.
- View fireworks from at least 500 feet away. Never let children play with fireworks.
- Wear safety glasses when doing work that may produce chips, dust or flying particles. When working with chemicals, choose goggles that fit snugly against your face and secure with a strap.
- Thoroughly wash your hands before touching the eye.
- Eat a healthy and balanced diet. Foods rich in antioxidants, lutein, Vitamins C and E are good for eye health.
- If you know something has scratched your eye, seek treatment from your doctor/emergency room for your eye injury.
Thanks to the Trafford Lions Club and Penn-Trafford Leos Club for coordinating last night’s Dinner in the Dark event. The event was hosted in the WCBA’s Community Room here in Greensburg. Sighted participants were blindfolded and taught how to eat a prepared dinner and fold paper airplanes. Penn-Trafford presented a check donation of $1,210 WCBA’s Executive Director, Tim Miller.
There were approximately 60 people in attendance. The whole event was put together by the young members of the Trafford Lions Clubs which is commonly referred to as Link-N-Leos. It was a unique and humbling event that gave participants a chance to experience everyday living activities through the eyes of someone with visual disabilities.