Envision’s mission is to improve the quality of life and provide inspiration and opportunity for people who are blind or visually impaired through employment, outreach, rehabilitation, education and research. Founded in 1933 in Wichita, Kansas and now with locations in 11 states, Envision is one of the largest employers in the nation of individuals who are blind or visually impaired. Envision offers: low vision rehabilitation to all ages regardless of ability to pay (Bicknell Envision Vision Rehabilitation Center); low vision research (Gigi and Carl Allen Envision Research Institute); youth and adult support groups and programs; early childhood education (Cathy G. Hudson Envision Child Development Center); public and professional education (Envision University); military retail locations (Envision Xpress); a manufacturing division (Envision Industries); and digital/Braille print operation (Envision Print). Fundraising through the Envision Foundation ensures the sustainability and continuation of programs and services for individuals with vision loss. Envision’s partnership with LCI in Durham, North Carolina to create the William L. Hudson BVI Workforce Innovation Center (www.workforceforall.com) is placing an unparalleled focus on training people with vision loss, placing them into jobs and providing accessibility inclusion expertise to businesses. The addition of Dallas Lighthouse for the Blind into the Envision family is promoting advocacy and independence for 150,000 individuals with vision loss living in 11 North Texas counties.