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May 21st was the annual Global Accessibility Awareness Day, a day used to raise awareness about accessibility in general and how it can be improved. Check out all the initiatives Be My Eyes was involved in to celebrate Global Accessibility Awareness Day!
Accessibility is something everyone will need at some point in their lives. In honor of Global Accessibility Awareness Day we asked key figures and members of our community to define what accessibility means for them.
In last month’s newsletter, we announced that Lighthouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired San Francisco was going to be joining us as a Specialized Help partner. From May 5th, users from the US have been able to connect with the advisors from Lighthouse through Be My Eyes.
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After volunteering during the refugee crisis, Daria learned the importance of making a difference through volunteering.Read or listen to Daria’s Story
“Thank you to the volunteers who selflessly sacrifice their time to help people who are blind be able to overcome not being able to see at all, or if they're visually impaired for having some lack of sight.”
– Bryce, Blind user from USA.
“This app is the one. It's the one to help so many impaired people in our communities. I am so happy that I'm part of it.”
– Belinda, Volunteer from Ghana.
We hope that things are starting to light up after a challenging time. Remember that the Be My Eyes Community will always be there if you need a little support. You can always stay up to date with the community by following us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Until next time!
The Be My Eyes Team.
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