A wide shot of the Andes Mountains with a snow covered Mt. Ausangate in the center. The 2020 team of eleven are hiking in the foreground on a beautiful day.

Here’s what our Quest is really about:

A Future In Sight Teacher of the Visually Impaired (TVI) and a vision impaired young female student work happily in a classroom

Raising funds to provide needed services for the blind

Millions of aging Americans will lose their vision from cataracts and age-related macular degeneration (AMD), having to learn what it means to live without eyesight. 2020 Vision Quest supports the Future in Sight (formerly NH Association for the Blind), an organization that helps people learn the skills of living without vision.

An adorable Yellow Labrador Retriever guide dog in training with a Guide Dog Puppy sign around its neck looks alertly directly at you

Funding the cost of training guide dogs

A guide dog can make the difference between an active life and isolation. Your contribution to 2020 Vision Quest helps Guide Dogs for the Blind provide dogs at no cost to those who are blind or visually impaired. In addition, they provide a lifetime of support to help care for your guide dog.

Autumn is giving Randy an adorable hug while a group of young soccer camp attendees look on with appreciation!”

Educating young people about “ability awareness”

Randy strives to teach students of all ages “Ability Awareness” – the idea that their response to overcome daunting challenges and not the challenges themselves is what defines them and others.

Randy is just starting to rappel down the 24 story Brady Sullivan Building with the Manchester skyline behind him as he goes over the Edge to support and inspire our mission!

Inspiring people to reach beyond their limitations

Randyʼs message is that it isnʼt what happens to you, but rather how you respond to it that makes the difference. Your support keeps 2020 Vision Quest going strong in its mission to reach out and affect the lives of others.

A visually impaired man in a red jacket walks down a city street led by a guide dog.

We respect your privacy

2020 Vision Quest places the highest priority on protecting the privacy of our donors and holds all donor information in strict confidence.

2020 Vision Quest does not and will not sell or trade a donor’s personal information to any other entity.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Randy Pierce, Founder and President of 2020 Vision Quest, at 603-546-8542 or email
Randy@2020VisionQuest.org

Yes, your contribution to 2020 Vision Quest is tax-deductible. Other ways to support our Quest include funding a matching or challenge grant, organizing corporate donations, and donating “in kind” goods and services for our annual Peak Potential auction fundraiser.

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