During this season of giving, South Texas Lighthouse for the Blind is especially grateful for the support of our community. Your contributions make a real difference in the lives of our neighbors who are blind or visually impaired. Thank you for being a guiding light and ray of hope for the individuals and families affected by vision loss.
We asked Stacie, How has working for South Texas Lighthouse for the Blind impacted your life?
She had this to say: “It has made me boost up my attitude and confidence. I have been here for almost eight years and have gotten the feel for what it is like to do things on my own – to be independent.”
Welcome to South Texas Lighthouse for the Blind (STLB). Since 1964, we have been the leading provider of job opportunities for individuals who are blind or who have low vision in the southernmost area of the Lone Star State.
What started as a tiny business which employed just three blind individuals has grown into a thriving organization which employs dozens.
Please feel free to browse our site to learn about our manufacturing and administrative capabilities but more than that, we invite you to learn about our most valuable asset—our employees.
Our mission is to employ, empower, and educate our neighbors who are blind and we accomplish this in many different ways. From modifying equipment on the production floor to accommodate blind operators to incorporating screen readers and magnifiers in our offices, we live our mission every day.
You can contact us with questions Monday-Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. CST or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you again for visiting our website!
We’ve tried to make our website as user friendly as possible. We have implemented accessibility features so that all visitors to this space can have an equally informative and enjoyable experience. If you have any suggestions for improvements or additions to these features, please feel free to email us at email@example.com.
- Visual Modifications – Users can change the color scheme and size of the text that appears on the screen.
- Auditory Modifications – Users can enable a screen reading feature by simply highlighting the text they wish to hear then clicking on the speaker icon that appears.
When you shop with 1 Store Solutions, you’re getting top-notch products and service that can’t be beat. Whether in person, on line, by phone, or fax, we guarantee to give your order top priority. Rest assured that when you shop with us, you are receiving the best products and customer service around. But that’s not all. When you purchase from 1 Store Solutions or 1StoreSolutions.com, you’re providing real employment opportunities for people who are blind or who have low vision.
As an ISO 9001 certified Quality Management Systems manufacturing company we pride ourselves in delivering value and quality in all the items we manufacture, build and package. We have several different product lines spanning office products to specialized plastic shipping containers.
These products allow us to employ people who are blind or visually impaired. Please choose us for your needs and help to employ, educate and empower those individuals.
At South Texas Lighthouse for the Blind, our Mission is to Employ, Educate and Empower people who are visually impaired, which is the reason why many people have chosen our extraordinary organization as their place for employment.
Our company provides our employees with many rewarding career opportunities that allow them to give back to the community and impact the lives of others who are visually impaired as well as their own. Our interconnected, diverse, and employee-centric culture offers a close knit community and an employee-friendly work environment.
“Not a day goes by that I do not think about how phenomenal it is to work for South Texas Lighthouse for the Blind whose sole mission is to Employ, Educate & Empower people who are Blind or visually Impaired.”Bob Dorfman
“I got here and started things that made me motivated [such as] being able to work with others. We’re able to be out in the community making products people can use [which] makes me feel useful and helpful.”Belva Robinson