Atlanta Alumnae Chapter of
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A Benefit for the Center for the Visually Impaired and the Delta Gamma Foundation

Come join us for a night of tailgating, corn hole, cold brews and cheerleaders as we raise money for CVI and the Delta Gamma Foundation! Featuring guest speaker, Jake Olson, for a night you won't soon forget!

August 20th 2017 | 6-9pm | College Football Hall of Fame

Center for the Visually Impaired

Every person with vision loss should be able to live with independence and dignity. This single goal guides the activities of the Center for the Visually Impaired (CVI), and we work in a variety of ways to achieve it.

Each year, more than 4,000 people from Atlanta and all over Georgia turn to CVI to help them adjust to – or improve – a life with limited or no sight. CVI is Georgia’s largest comprehensive, fully accredited private facility providing rehabilitation services for the blind and visually impaired.

CVI was a pioneering organization when founded 50 years ago. At the time, rehabilitation services for people with vision loss were just beginning to be developed in a systematic way. The growth of CVI over the years represents more than an expansion of services – it also reflects the organization’s leadership in finding new ways to help people live more independently.

Delta Gamma Foundation

Our dedicated members and friends make the mission of the Foundation possible. How do members live the Delta Gamma motto of “Do Good”? Volunteer service is at the heart of Delta Gamma’s work.

Through Service for Sight, Joining Forces, the Golden Anchor Program and community activities, the Foundation supports the philanthropic goals of our members and chapters.

Protecting the gift of sight is one of Delta Gamma’s highest priorities. Through the four schools founded by Delta Gammas, children who are blind or visually impaired learn specialized skills. Our members volunteer countless hours with more than 150 sight related organizations. The Foundation gives annual grants to organizations sharing our Service for Sight mission.

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Jake Olson​​​
Author, Athlete, Acheiver

Jake lost his left eye when he was a year old and his right one after battling cancer for 12 years, but he hasn't let that stop him from pursuing the life of his dreams! For more information about Jake's inspiring story, click here.

  1. Author
    "My Life with Cancer Holding Jesus' Hand", 2005 "Open Your Eyes", 2013
  2. Awarded
    • 2014 Distinguished Athlete Award for Orange County • “Apple of Our Eye” February 2011 – Dale McIntosh Center • Institute for Families – Fundraising Award • 2014 Trinity League Coaches Courage Award • 2015 Uplifting Athletes “Rare Disease Champion Award”
  3. Involved
    • Out of Sight Faith – Founder and Board Member 2010 • Cancer Research & Know-the-Glow (Children’s Hospital Los Angeles) – Honorary Board Member • Tee Off For Dogs – Honorary Board Member • Fellowship Christian Athletes Leadership Team
  4. Active
    • Football • Guitar • Surfing • Skiing • Golf