Total Blindness Turns Into ‘Stroke’ of Good Luck for “No Limits” Award Nominee Randyce Wechter

San Diego, CA – Randyce Wechter, the latest nominee of the “No Limits” Mentoring Mission Award – a charitable outreach program dedicated to helping disabled people to achieve their career goals – embodies the true spirit of somebody who has … Continue reading

“No Limits” Mentoring Mission nominates Peter Dawson, who overcame shattering career disappointment to soar in new field helping others.

SAN DIEGO – Peter Dawson, district administrator for the Blind Field Services Division of the California Department of Rehabilitation, has been nominated for the first annual “No Limits” Award, an honor spotlighting individuals who have succeeded in the face of … Continue reading

Author Mark Carlson Nominated for “No Limits” Award — It’s the story of the “Blonde Leading the Blind.”

The “No Limits” Mentoring Mission, a charitable outreach program dedicated to helping disabled people achieve career goals, recently announced its latest “No Limits” Award Nomination — sought-after author and speaker, Mark Carlson. For Carlson, 52, becoming legally blind didn’t happen … Continue reading

San Diego-area TV sports anchor Humberto Gurmilan nominated for “No Limits” Award!

San Diego, CA – San Diego TV sports anchor Humberto Gurmilan was recently nominated for the 2012 “No Limits” Award, a charity-based mission created to celebrate businesspeople from all walks of life who have overcome physical adversity and achieved success. … Continue reading

Craig Schneider Becomes First “No Limits” Award Nominee!

We’re pleased to announce that Craig Schneider, founder of Charities for the Blind (charitiesfortheblind.org) and owner of Access Technology Solutions in Murrieta, California, is our first “No Limits” Award nominee of 2012. In 2008, Congress recognized Craig’s charity for its … Continue reading