About NewView Oklahoma
It’s Not What You Can See, It’s What You Can Be
Since 1949, NewView Oklahoma has served as a life-changing source of hope and empowerment for those in Oklahoma living with blindness and low vision. We strive to restore the independence that so many fear they may have lost.
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Oklahoma League for the Blind (OLB) is founded.
OLB started a partnership with Tinker Air Force Base.
OLB’s operations expand to a space at 406 N.E. 2nd Street.
OLB was awarded the federal contract to start the aircraft wheel chock manufacturing department.
OLB moved their headquarters to 501 N. Douglas Ave in the building which previously belonged to Lone Star Brewing Company.
CEO and President, Lauren Branch, founded Oklahomans Without Limits (OWL) Camp for youth who are blind or have low vision.
Merrick Foundation awards a $15,000 grant to begin a Vision Rehabilitation Services Program.
OLB receives ONE Award in the category of Self- Sufficiency.
On OLB’s 60th anniversary, the organization’s name was changed to NewView Oklahoma to reflect the changes and progress that had been made to the organization and the mission since 1949.
A $100,000 Impact Oklahoma grant allows NewView to open Low Vision Center at 710 W. Wilshire Blvd in Oklahoma City.
NewView partnered with the Lesley L. Walls Vision Center at Northeastern State University to open the Tulsa Low Vision Center.
NewView received the national American Optometric Association’s Apollo Award and expanded OWL Camp to two weeks.
NewView moved into the newly renovated Low Vision Center facilities on North Classen in Oklahoma City and Legacy Plaza in Tulsa.
NewView is named the Talent and Workforce Innovator of the Year by 405 Business Magazine.