Chicago Lighthouse

People with disabilities have devoted advocates, yet public awareness about issues of inclusion still remains low. One organization building awareness is the Chicago Lighthouse, which serves the blind, visually impaired, disabled and veteran communities with comprehensive vision care and support services. Today, I visited a public art display presented by the Chicago Lighthouse. They arranged for 51 artists to decorate six-foot lighthouse sculptures along Chicago’s Magnificent Mile. I visited five of them. I also made a donation to the Chicago Lighthouse.

{ 0 comments… add one }

Leave a Comment

sign up for my free pdf on

How you can raise your civic engagement one civic act at a time

Don’t feel helpless or that you don’t have enough time. Civic engagement starts with a single act. I’m here to help you focus on what you believe in, commit to a plan of action and take that first act.

Sign up for my free PDF on “How you can raise your civic engagement with one civic act.”

give your support

Can you help me inspire others to make one civic act? Support me on Patreon and I’ll give you special perks and a chance to chime in on the direction of One Civic Act.