A Lifetime Of Travel In One Year: Benefit for Brenden Sorensen

What would you do if you knew you would lose your sight within the year?
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Probably see all that you could while you still have your vision to see it.

That’s exactly the challenge this Salt Lake City family is facing. Their son has been diagnosed with Usher’s Syndrome, which will cause him to lose all of his vision by this time next year.

In addition to preparing him by sending him to camps for the deaf and blind, they want him to see the world.

Help them raise the money by attending the fundraiser listed in the flyer, or just donating money to their cause.

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