Welcome to the Foreseeable Future Foundation!

Our mission is to enable the visually impaired to live fulfilling lives through sports, recreation and workforce.

Upcoming Events

Throwndown in the Dark

Get ready for “Throwdown in the Dark” hosted by Bluestone Lane and the Foreseeable Future Foundation on December 11, 2017.

Baristas will battle each other blindfolded to see who can make the best cup of coffee. Our visually impaired/blind judges will determine the best cup through taste and smell. Come and enjoy this adaptive experience where the baristas will be out of their element.

Date and Time
Mon, December 11th, 2017
6:30 PM – 8:30 PM

Bluestone Lane
55 Prospect St, Brooklyn, NY 11201


Art & Coffee Meetup at the Whitney Museum

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We had our art and coffee meetup event on Sunday, September 17th at the Whitney Museum. It was a surreal experience for all of the sighted people in attendance. Some…

Brunch in the Dark

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We recently held our first annual “Brunch in the Dark” at Bluestone Lane in Dumbo Brooklyn. The event was interesting and unique for all participants. Guests were blindfolded for a...

Our Throwback Fitness Event

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Founder, Griffin Pinkow, began taking classes at Throwback Fitness over six months ago. After becoming a regular and getting to know the owners, Brian and Ryan, he approached them about...

Our Values

  • Humility – We strive to be modest and humble in our teaching.
  • Empowerment We aim to provide tools, motivation, and skill-building activities to empower our participants to succeed and overcome adversity.
  • Leadership – We want to develop leadership skills among our community so that we can make an impact on society.
  • Persistence – We aim to instill within our community a “no quit” attitude in all aspects of life.

Our Founder

Hello! My name is Griffin Pinkow. I suffer from retinitis pigmentosa which is a retinal degenerative disease. In college, I worked with a number of organizations that represented the visually impaired. I enjoyed working with these organizations but, found that they were focused solely on research and not on the individual living life without sight. 

I saw an opportunity to fill that gap, and in 2013 we began the groundwork for the foundation. Since that time, we’ve built a community that helped the V.I.P.s thru all aspects of life. Our focus is improving the lives of the V.I.P.s through education, athletics, music, art and career building.

Our mission is to enable the visually impaired to live fulfilling lives and to increase public awareness of challenges faced by the blind. We are committed to bringing the sighted and sightless community together to build one network that is mutually beneficial and enriching for all.

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