What is 2020 Vision Quest?

We lead and inspire students and professionals to reach their peak potential while providing financial support for crucial vision services.

2020 Vision Quest supports two organizations—Future In Sight, and the internationally renowned Guide Dogs for the Blind—to help ensure that life-changing services for the blind may always continue.

Learn more about 2020 Vision Quest

Book a presentation

Invite Randy to speak at your school or organization!

" ...it rocked the entire audience of 130 people. There were farmers, lawyers, doctors, teachers, artists from young to old... Everyone felt that Randy was talking to them. It was a profound experience."
– Celeste Barr, Beaver Brook Association

Support our mission

Your tax-deductible donation helps to raise and train dog guides, reach out to young people, and maintain services for blind people in New Hampshire. Any amount is welcome.

A split image, with Randy rappelling off the building on the left and a close-up of him (complete with helmet and harness) on the right.

UPCOMING AND NOTEWORTHY:

Watch this space for upcoming 2020-related events and news.

July 25 - Laura Ray Soccer Camp

August 2-11 - Randy and Tracy traveling

August 17 - NH Dark Knights beep-ball practice

2020 Vision Quest calendar

2020 Quotation:

"I’ve come to believe failure is temporary if we choose a path of persistence and resiliency." - Randy Pierce

Over the Edge

Recently, Randy rappelled down Manchester’s 24-story Brady Sullivan Tower as part of the Live United Over the Edge 2018 event. Similarly, our work at 2020 Vision Quest is going over the edge with several exciting milestones and happenings.

Last year went over the top in several ways. We wrapped up the school year with a total 71,000 students reached by our presentations, and we’re already filling next year’s schedule. And 2020 Vision Quest proudly donated more than $98,000 to the charities we support that provide essential visual impairment training and services to thousands of people experiencing sight loss.

Randy just finished a draft of the book he’s been writing — a major milestone that represents significant effort on his part — and now leaps into editing and revising it in anticipation of giving guests at the 9th annual Peak Potential dinner the first peek. That signature event, returning to Nashua’s Courtyard by Marriott this year on November 17, is more than halfway to a sellout, so don’t miss out on the opportunity to join us.

And finally, we’re on the edge of a new look! Watch this space for the launch of a new website in the coming month. The redesign will be responsive to phones and tablets and will update our mission.

Amidst all this work and jumping off buildings, Autumn promises some summer fun. She’s taking Tracy and Randy for a long-overdue excursion to Scotland. Stay tuned for reports of that adventure before the summer is over!

Do you shop on Amazon?

Of course you do! Did you know that you can financially support 2020 Vision Quest simply by clicking on the button below when you shop on Amazon.com? Everything else will remain the same (all your settings, etc.) - but 2020 Vision Quest will receive a small portion of all your purchases!

From the Blog

Blind Baseball! - Future in Sight Knights take on the NH Fishercats!

- Summertime says baseball for many and thanks to Future In Sight, sight impairment is no barrier to playing or appreciating the sport at the highest levels. Read more

Appreciating Teams and Shared Time

- Tracy shares the most important thing about great adventures: the people you share them with. Read more

United Over the Edge – Results and Announcements on the Other Side!

- We have some big announcements and an epic event leads to some worth announcements in this week’s blog! Read more

Running out of Time!

- Randy takes a moment to share his thoughts about time, in races and in life. Read more

Why am I jumping off a 24 story building? To Join LIVE UNITED Over the Edge 2018!

- On Thursday, June 28 I’m going “Over the Edge” to help promote the great charity work done by so many organizations (2020 Included!) here in NH! Read more

Seeking Summits of Leadership with the University of New Hampshire

- Randy shares some highlights of his recent experience as a TA for his friend Brent Bell's KIN551 class at UNH with a crew of Outdoor Education Students on a 4-day mountain hike. Read more

Welcome, Autumn!

Autumn in harness smiles up at the camera.

Randy's newest guide dog has entered our lives and charmed our hearts. Learn more about Autumn here.

How does a sightless man climb a mountain?

See a 15-minute documentary film about Randy and 2020 Vision Quest's July 4th climb of Mount Washington. Teaser video of Blind Ambition
Watch the "Blind Ambition" trailer

Is 2020 Vision Quest a 501(c)(3) organization?

Yes! We have official 501(c)(3) status, not to mention an excellent rating from GuideStar, an organization that rates charities. Our FAQ page
has tons of information about us!

Support the Vision! Visit our online gift shop. All profits support our charitable mission.