Wisconsin non-profit helps the visually impaired experience skiing

The Wisconsin Based non-profit BOLD (Blind Outdoor Leisure Development) offers assisted skiing opportunities for those who are legally blind. This non-profit is among the growing number of groups offering the visually impaired a chance to enjoy the joy of skiing in a safer guided environment. Being blind no longer means giving up things you used to do, or activities you want to try. 

If you would like more information about the BOLD program, including how you can donate to support, check out the article below. 

Wisconsin Non-Profit Provides Visually Impaired People Opportunity To Ski


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Ted Tahquechi is a blind photographer, travel influencer, disability advocate and photo educator based in Denver, Colorado. You can see more of Ted’s work at www.tahquechi.com

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