The Cleveland Sight Center works to empower individuals with visual impairments. The center is a nonprofit agency that was founded in 1906. It offers educational, rehabilitative and vision support services, as well as occupational therapy. The center serves more than 9,000 clients in the Greater Cleveland area annually. It operates the Low Vision Clinic and organizes residential camps. The Cleveland Sight Center provides opportunities for various social and recreational activities. Its "EYE-dea" Shop offers a selection of writing aids and watches from the Braille brand. The center accepts donations from individuals and institutions. The Cleveland Sight Center operates the Blind Golf program. It is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF).