WCBA Golf Outing Photo Album

We had a beautiful day to celebrate the WCBA’s 20th Annual Golf Outing. Thank you to The Madison Club for hosting another wonderful event for us! A specIal thank you to all the golfers, sponsors and volunteers who make this event such a huge success! We look forward to seeing everyone again next year.

Click here to visit our Facebook page and see the full photo album from the event.

Spring Open House

Are you aware of all of the activities that go on in the WCBA’s building on South Main Street? Join us Thursday, May 19 from 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM for our Spring Open House to find out what everyone is talking about. You can learn more from the event flyer below.

Thursday, May 19, 2022 10:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M. Are you aware of all of the activities that go on in this building on South Main Street? We guarantee that if you have not toured our facility, you are missing out on many of our services. You can benefit while helping to support your community as we employ many blind, visually impaired, intellectually & physically challenged individuals. Join us to find out what everyone is talking about!

20th Annual WCBA Golf Outing

Join the Westmoreland County Blind Association for our 20th Annual Golf Outing.

  • Date: Friday, June 3, 2022
  • Times: Registration at 7:30 a.m. Shotgun start at 9:00 a.m.
  • Location: The Madison Club at 519 Yukon Road, Madison, PA 15663
  • Price: $100 per golfer (limited to the first 120 golfers)

We have an awesome day planned for attendees including 18 holes of golf with cart, lunch at the turn, games of skill and chance, a steak dinner, 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 11 for more information.

We still have a variety of sponsor opportunities available with pricing starting as low as $50 for tee sponsorships. 

 

Create Your #OneDay Fundraiser for the WCBA Today!

The coronavirus has exposed deep vulnerabilities in the safety net serving individuals and families. Increased unemployment, lost revenue from mandatory closures, and increased demand for food, housing, and mental and physical health care have placed unprecedented demands on regional nonprofits fulfilling basic needs. On August 3, the #ONEDAY Critical Needs Alert will help our entire community to get behind the 190+ nonprofits in Allegheny and Westmoreland Counties serving vulnerable populations

Your donations will benefit organizations providing basic needs such as child care and nonprofits offering mental and physical health care, which has been made more difficult to access as a result of the pandemic.

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Create your campaign for the Westmoreland County Blind Association by clicking the “fundraise” button on this #OneDay page.

Click this link to create a fundraiser for the WCBA.

Thank you for joining the Pittsburgh Foundation and the Community Foundation of Westmoreland County to benefit our neighbors in need!