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Season’s Greetings from BVA National President Joseph D. McNeil, Sr.

The Blinded Veterans Association (BVA) has made available information and application materials for its Kathern F. Gruber and Thomas H. Miller Scholarship Program for the 2022-23 academic year, as well as four national recognitions that are awarded annually.

Season’s Greetings from BVA National President Joseph D. McNeil, Sr.

On behalf of our National Board of Directors, I wish for each of you and yours a pleasant and happy holiday season. May the season be filled with joy, peace, and hope for prosperity in the New Year! This is the best time of year to reflect on the things in our lives that are of greatest worth and, in many instances, sacred to us…

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BVA Announces 2022 Scholarships and Awards

The Blinded Veterans Association (BVA) has made available information and application materials for its Kathern F. Gruber and Thomas H. Miller Scholarship Program for the 2022-23 academic year. Spouses, children, and grandchildren of blinded veterans are welcome to apply. Additional eligibility criteria for the scholarships and application materials can be accessed (HERE).    Similar resources and applications to nominate candidates for BVA’s four national recognitions, awarded annually, are also available. To learn more about the

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Bookshare Requests Blinded Veteran Assistance

Bookshare, a Silver-level sponsor and a session presenter at the Blinded Veterans Association’s 76th Virtual National Convention last summer, is requesting the help of BVA and BVA members in order to better serve its present and future adult clientele. Are you a current or past Bookshare member? Have you considered using Bookshare but decided not to become a member? You can help Bookshare better serve the adult community by sharing your feedback in a brief

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Helen Keller National Center Recruiting Participants for Research on Describing Portraits and People

The Helen Keller National Center (HKNC) in Sands Point, New York, is seeking blind, low-vision, and DeafBlind participants for group and individual online interviews on how to describe portraits and people. According to Megan A. Conway, PhD, HKNC Research and Accessibility Specialist, the interviews will take approximately 90 minutes and will be conducted online for blinded veterans via the convenience and comfort of their own homes. “The interviews will focus specifically on the preferences of

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VA Virtual Adaptive Fitness Event Open to Blinded Veterans

Sports4Vets Throwdown, a virtual adaptive fitness competition hosted by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Office of National Veterans Sports Programs and Special Events, is open for registration now through January 5 for veterans of all ability levels, ages, and backgrounds who wish to showcase their fitness, live healthier lives through adaptive fitness, and embrace a sense of virtual community. The competition runs January 12-31. Any veteran who is enrolled in VA health care is welcome

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