Hello:  Today we would like to mention that the Blind Center of Nevada in Las Vegas has various activities during the week for the members to participate in.

These activities are offered free of charge and all of the instructors/helpers are volunteers who give their time willingly.  If you, or anyone you know, are visually impaired, you may be eligible to become a member.  Whether you are visually impaired or not, you may become a volunteer, who are very much needed to help with the various events.

For more information on member services, or volunteering, please contact the Blind Center of Nevada at (702) 642-6000.  The Blind Center of Nevada is located at 1001 N. Bruce Street, Las Vegas, NV 89101.  The fax number is (702) 649-6739.  Please visit our website listed below.

“To do something, however small, to make others happier and better, is the highest ambition, the most elevating hope, which can inspire a human being.” – John Lubbock

BLIND CENTER OF NEVADA

E-mail: blog2@blindcenter.org

http://www.blindcenter.org

Hello:  The BLIND CENTER OF NEVADA in Las Vegas concentrates on improving the daily lives of its blind and visually impaired members by providing training, employment opportunities, and free services.  Employment and free services are funded in part by our Computer/Electronic Recycling business.  One hundred percent (100%) of the profits go directly to help the blind and visually impaired.

In order to keep all of the services and programs in place, and to insure employment, the need for old and unwanted computers and other electronics for recycling is an everyday occurrence at the Blind Center of Nevada.  All e-waste is kept out of the landfills in Nevada.  We also specialize in data-erasure of your hard drive, and send a serial numbered Certificate  report upon completion of the erasure.

If you have any equipment for us to recycle, or have any questions regarding our services, please call the Blind Center of Nevada at (702) 642-6000.  The Blind Center of Nevada is located at 1001 N. Bruce Street, Las Vegas, NV 89101.  The fax number is (702) 649-6739.  Please visit our website listed below, also.

“The case for recycling is strong.  The bottom line is clear.  Recycling creates more jobs than land filling or incineration.  And a largely ignored but very important consideration, recycling reduces our need to dump our garbage in someone else’s backyard.” – David Morris of the Institute for Local Self-Reliance

BLIND CENTER OF NEVADA

E-mail: blog2@blindcenter.org

http://www.blindcenter.org

Hello:  At the BLIND CENTER OF NEVADA in Las Vegas, we offer data erasure of all information from the hard drive in your computer.  A Certificate is mailed to you upon completion of the service.

When you recycle your computer, it is important to remove the data so that no one can retrieve your important personal and/or business information.  There have been many identity thefts due to the fact that people sometimes dispose of their computers without removal of their information on the hard drives.

For more information on computer/electronic recycling and data erasure, please call the Blind Center of Nevada at (702) 642-6000.  Also, please visit our website listed below.

“Please do not become a statistic, have your hard drive data wiped, and do not allow someone to steal your identity!” – er

BLIND CENTER OF NEVADA

E-mail: blog2@blindcenter.org

http://www.blindcenter.org

Hello:  At the BLIND CENTER OF NEVADA in Las Vegas, we gladly accept donations of any type of eyeglasses and sunglasses.  The glasses are refurbished/cleaned and made accessible to anyone who is visually impaired and in need of a pair of glasses or sunglasses, without cost to them.  This is one of the many services that the Blind Center of Nevada provides to the members free of charge to help improve their quality of life.

So, the next time you are cleaning out that drawer or closet and find a pair/pairs of eyeglasses or sunglasses, please think of the people that you could help just by donating them to the Blind Center of Nevada.

For more information on donations, and member services, please contact the Blind Center of Nevada at (702) 642-6000.  The Blind Center of Nevada is located at 1001 N. Bruce Street, Las Vegas, NV 89101.  The fax number is (702) 649-6739.  Also, please visit our website listed below.

“We can’t help everyone, but everyone can help someone.” - Ronald Reagan 

BLIND CENTER OF NEVADA

E-mail: blog2@blindcenter.org

http://www.blindcenter.org

Hello:  The BLIND CENTER OF NEVADA in Las Vegas would like to spotlight a social event that occurs every Wednesday afternoon.  A variety of dance steps and styles are taught to blind or visually impaired members by one of our professional dance instructors who volunteer their time to this worthwhile project.

This form of social interaction helps to promote better health, a sense of balance, courage to express themselves through dance, and the chance to dance with a partner who understands what it is like to navigate around on the dance floor being visually impaired.  Most of all, everyone just has a good time!

There are many wonderful programs at the Blind Center of Nevada.  Please call to get more information on member services, or volunteering, at (702) 642-6000.  The Blind Center of Nevada is located at 1001 N. Bruce Street, Las Vegas, NV 89101.  The fax number is (702) 649-6739.  Please visit our website listed below.

“Throughout my life, I’ve seen the difference that volunteering efforts can make in people’s lives.  I know the personal value of service as a local volunteer.” – President Jimmy Carter

BLIND CENTER OF NEVADA

E-mail: blog 2@blindcenter.org

http://www.blindcenter.org

Hello:  The BLIND CENTER OF NEVADA in Las Vegas accepts various types of donations to help keep the visually disabled employed and to be able to offer free services to the members.  We not only accept computer and electronic related equipment for recycling, but we also accept monetary donations, food donations, and eyeglass donations.  We also accept other forms of donations; such as, antiques, cell phones & PDA, jewelry & watches, entertainment/sports memorabilia, art, coins & paper money, folk art, store gift cards, musical instruments, stamps, cameras, collectibles, home & garden, sporting goods, and toys & hobby.

For further information on items accepted for donation, or member services, please call the Blind Center of Nevada at (702) 642-6000.  The Blind Center of NV is located at 1001 N. Bruce Street, Las Vegas, NV 89101.  The fax number is (702) 649-6739.  Please visit our website listed below.

“I only feel angry when I see waste.  When I see people throwing away things we could use.”  –  Mother Teresa

BLIND CENTER OF NEVADA

E-mail: blog2@blindcenter.org

http://www.blindcenter.org

Hello:  At the BLIND CENTER OF NEVADA in Las Vegas, we are extremely busy with Computer Recycling.  The Blind Center of NV is very concerned about the environment and keeping all e-waste out of the landfills in Nevada.  Please keep this in mind the next time you have any computer/electronic equipment to dispose of.  Please do not throw the equipment in the trash.  Instead, please call the Blind Center of Nevada to have the equipment picked up, or to get directions to drop it off at our Center.  Please note that we also offer Data Erasure services for your hard drives.

One hundred percent of the proceeds from donated equipment is applied toward employment and free services for the blind and visually disabled at the Blind Center of Nevada.

For more information on member services, Computer Recycling, or directions to the Blind Center of Nevada, please call (702) 642-6000.  Also, please visit our website listed below.  The Blind Center of NV is located at 1001 N. Bruce Street, Las Vegas, NV 89101.  The fax number is (702) 649-6739. 

“We can help educate our families and communities about the importance of recycling for our environment, and how each of us can make a difference for a better world by recycling.” – Robert Alan

BLIND CENTER OF NEVADA

E-mail: blog2@blindcenter.org

http://www.blindcenter.org

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