What is 2020 Vision Quest?

We lead and inspire students and professionals to reach their peak potential while providing financial support for crucial vision services.

2020 Vision Quest supports two organizations—NH Association for the Blind, and the internationally renowned Guiding Eyes for the Blind—to help ensure that life-changing services for the blind may always continue.

Learn more about 2020 Vision Quest

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Invite Randy to speak at your school or organization!

" ...it rocked the entire audience of 130 people. There were farmers, lawyers, doctors, teachers, artists from young to old... Everyone felt that Randy was talking to them. It was a profound experience."
– Celeste Barr, Beaver Brook Association

Support our mission

Your tax-deductible donation helps to raise and train dog guides, reach out to young people, and maintain services for blind people in New Hampshire. Any amount is welcome.

Randy is featured in a colorful photograph at last year's Peak Potential event, with added graphics about this year's event.


October 21 - Farmington High School - 10:00am

October 27 - McLean Hospital, Belmont MA - 9:45am

2020 Vision Quest calendar

Inspiration. Donation. Libation. Plus shopping, and puppies!

This year’s Seventh Annual Peak Potential Dinner and Charity Auction promises all this — and so much more — when it returns Saturday, November 12, in a new location at the Courtyard by Marriott Nashua. It’s our signature event and an essential source of support for the work of 2020 Vision Quest. Even in this larger location, we’re hoping to sell out, so purchase your tickets before the official November 1 deadline.

This year’s Peak Potential will deliver the food, fellowship and fun (bidding for live auction items has been hilariously cutthroat) previous attendees have come to expect, along with some new programming twists. Randy will honor some people who have played pivotal roles in helping 2020 Vision Quest achieve its mission, and we’ll hear about the two organizations 2020 Vision Quest supports — New Hampshire Association for the Blind and Guiding Eyes for the Blind. Puppies being raised by Guiding Eyes volunteers will be the stars of the all-new Puppy Kissing Booth, where they’ll eagerly accept snuggles and pose for photos.

For those who like to shop for a cause, the silent and live auction is shaping up to be one of the largest yet. Generous donors have gifted an array of unique items and experiences, from handcrafted jewelry to craft beer, outdoor adventures to yoga retreats. We’ve tweaked the timing of the auctions this year to ensure livelier bidding and a smoother check-out, and the Courtyard by Marriott is offering a special room rate for the event.

This year's event will include some surprise announcements; we hope you're there to share in the excitement. Whether this is your first Peak Potential dinner or you've been with us for all of them, prepare to be blown away by this powerful manifestation of the ongoing 2020 Vision Quest work you'll be supporting.

From the Blog

Looking Inside a Poignant Moment on the Niagara River

- Randy shares a moment of mindfulness from his and Tracy's recent anniversary trip to Niagara Falls. Read more

Thank you, Rob Webber!

- Randy reflects on many years of a special friendship, and thanks all of his guides. Read more

Happy Anniversary, Tracy!

- Randy wishes a happy anniversary to his lovely wife. What adventures are they up to next? Read more

There and Back again -- Kilimanjaro Reflections on the Anniversary

- It is often said you can’t go back again, but Randy tries his best in this reflection of the epic journey to Kilimanjaro one year ago. Read more

"Lego my Autumn": Randy and Autumn present for FIRST LEGO League

- Randy tells this week about an exciting new endeavor or him and Autumn: "FIRST LEGO League Animal Allies." Read more

Peak Potential is fast approaching -- Won't you join us?

- Our flagship charity dinner and auction is November 12--but we're aiming to sell out by October 12. Help us reach our goal! Read more

Welcome, Autumn!

Autumn in harness smiles up at the camera.

Randy's new guide dog has entered our lives and charmed our hearts. Learn more about Autumn here.

How does a sightless man climb a mountain?

See a 15-minute documentary film about Randy and 2020 Vision Quest's July 4th climb of Mount Washington. Teaser video of Blind Ambition
Watch the "Blind Ambition" trailer

2020 DVDs still available!

We are proud to announce Extended Availability of the 2020 VisionQuest DVD "Four More Feet" documenting Randy and Quinn's Historic Winter 48 Hikes! DVD ordering instructions, along with the download for the Descriptive Video Service, can be found at the following link.

Get a copy of "Four More Feet"
Support the Vision! Visit our online gift shop. All profits support our charitable mission.