Bright Sight provides preschool-aged children that are blind or vision-challenged and from low-income families and/or disadvantaged backgrounds with access to brail and other enhancement books as well as stimulating learning toys that help them develop their vision and/or adjust to their environment. Research has repeatedly demonstrated and established that eye sight can only properly develop and be corrected during a critical period of time; human beings develop most their vision before 5 years of age and if they are unable to have the proper stimulation or assistance in developing their eyesight, their vision is compromised for the rest of their lives. Research has also repeatedly shown that children that are blind or vision-challenged are helped MOST by the provision of books and specialized learning toys. Bright Sight provides with existing day-care centers, preschools, after school programs, and community-based groups that run enrichment programs for blind and vision-challenged children to provide children from low-income families enrolled in these programs and those who cannot afford to be enrolled in such program with the access to critical learning books and toys in their homes--not just in enrichment programs that may exist for them. In its few weeks of inception, Bright Sight has already received donations from two book publishers who print children's books to provide over $1000 in books for three urban centers running enrichment programs for blind preschoolers in New York City. Additionally, Bright Sight has engaged the LeapFrog Inc., to assist Bright Sight in providing blind and vision-challenged children with the best learning tools currently available. Given this beginning, Bright Sight hopes to only be that much closer to providing less-than economically advantaged kids with a bright sight indeed.