year, depending on the availability of contributed funds, scholarships are awarded
to Florida students with visual impairments. These awards are based on the students'
future goals and academic standing.
publishes a quarterly newsletter which is sent to all members to keep them informed
and up-to-date on important new and braille code changes. Articles may include:
updates to braille codes; skills columns for braille, taping or translation typing;
purpose, function, or other activities of similar organizations; information about
upcoming events and/or conferences; historical information; a list of officers
and consultants; and a membership/contribution form.
of VAVF's operating expenses are derived from minimal annual membership fees and
contributions. Scholarship awards are based solely on contributions
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