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Success Stories

Photo of Leah Brickey
Leah was born on October 29th 2012, perfectly healthy and beautiful! At 3 months Leah was diagnosed with Optic Nerve Hypoplasic (ONH). She is currently receiving occupational and physical therapy and is doing amazing! She is so smart and I can't wait to see what her future holds.
Photo of Santina Renzi with camper
Santina Renzi has been volunteering for the Little Rock Foundation for the past five years. "Being a counselor at Camp Little Rock for the past five summers has been one of the most rewarding experiences I've had... The joy on the campers' faces throughout the entire week is unmistakable."
Photo of Mikayla cooking
Mikayla has been coming to Camp Little Rock for 8 years. She loves the activities at camp and enjoys boating and arts/crafts. For the past two years Mikayla has been selling BAM bracelets at her school during lunch. On a mission to help the Little Rock Foundation, she raised over $1250.00.
Photo of Simon doing archery
Simon is blind from a premature birth and is such an old soul, wise beyond his years. He inspires to be a Superior Court Judge someday. He is very smart, meticulous, articulate and loves the game of football.
Photo of Isabelle and Whitney smiling
Isabelle likes to read, act, and play outside. She loves the annual holiday party and going to Camp Little Rock each summer. Despite having only light perception, Isabelle believes she can do anything because she can see with her hands.
Photo of Abigail and friends
Abigail has a smile that would stop a truck, and a laugh so infectious it makes you cry tears of joy. Abigail is a child who is visually impaired and has cerebral palsy, which limits her ability to walk. But that doesn't stop her!

Camp Little Rock

Photo of kids at camp
Camp Little Rock provided blind or visually impaired children the opportunity to participate in a day camp program. Camp was held on the beautiful grounds of the YMCA Camp Ockanickon in Medford, New Jersey.
The Little Rock Foundation is a non-profit 501 (c) 3 organization, dedicated to improving the lives of the blind and visually impaired, from early childhood through adulthood. By, providing resource information, leading social programs, advancing legislation, and presenting educational programs, the Foundation is focused on supporting all of the challenges facing families and individuals living with visual impairment.