The Visual Bucket List Foundation
BRINGING THE WORLD TO CHILDREN WHO ARE LOSING THEIR SIGHT.
The Visual Bucket List Foundation is a 501(c)3 with a mission to provide opportunities and experiences to children with visual impairment diagnoses. These opportunities are intended to be a special visual memory that will last a lifetime. Each case is meant to be unique and individualized based on the child’s personal visual bucket list and capabilities.
The Visual Bucket List Foundation grants children’s wishes, to create a visual memory to be remembered for the rest of their lives when their vision fails them.
Thanks to the sponsorship of the Visual Bucket List Foundation, the Culpepper & Merriweather Circus is...
Our popular fundraiser is back for the fourth year!Now is your chance to snag that purse you’ve been...
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Impacting Children’s lives one at a time.
Our journey started in 2015 when our daughter, was diagnosed with hearing loss. We pursued genetic testing to identify the source and learned that she was diagnosed with a genetic disorder that causes hearing loss gradual vision loss.
Since then, many friends, strangers, and communities have poured so much love and generosity into making our dreams for Lizzy come true. In that spirit, we created The Visual Bucket List Foundation to “Pay It Forward” and allow other children affected by similar vision limitations the chance to experience something on their own “visual bucket list,”. Our goal is to make the experience as memorable as we can; a vision they can keep for a lifetime.
Help a Childs Dreams Come True
A news article about a little girl who would possibly lose her eyesight due to a rare condition...
…CBS prime time special called “The Gift: Kindness Goes Viral.” It will air at 10 p.m. Dec. 28.
Tommy Wilbon, a 14-year-old from Michigan, had his Visual Bucket List wish granted in July 2023....
Tyson Nekomoto, age 9, had his Visual Bucket List wish granted in 2019. Tyson suffers from Ushers...
Connor Wills, age 14, had his Visual Bucket List wish granted in 2019. Connor suffers from Optic...