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AFBAmerican Foundation®
for the Blind

Expanding possibilities for people with vision loss

Help Us Create a World of No Limits for People Who Are Blind

The AFB Center on Vision Loss in Dallas depends on people like you to continue our work on behalf of people with vision loss. The majority of our funding comes from individuals just like you, who want to make a difference in the lives of people who are blind or visually impaired. Your gift today will help us provide individuals and families with the resources and support they need to continue living healthy, independent lives.

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Send a Free Helen Keller e-Card!

Once your gift is processed, you will have an opportunity to customize a free Helen Keller e-card to send to someone special.

Helen kneels with four children who are all holding toys
A white line on a red background extends to the right and curves into the shape of a heart. Inside the heart are the words "Cultivate love, for love is the light that gives the eye to see great and noble things. - Helen Keller" The AFB logo is to the left of the heart, and above it, the words "Happy Valentine's Day" in script lettering.
Helen Keller cutting a birthday cake with her AFB colleagues Robert Barnett and Eric Boulter on her 75th birthday

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Reach for the Stars with No Limits

Boy wearing a spacesuit and holding a white cane. No Limits is written beside him in print and braille. The AFB logo, expanding possibilities for people with vision loss, is superimposed over the bottom of the photo.
  • Helping Those New to Vision Loss
  • Supporting Parents
  • Preparing Job Seekers
  • Improving Access to Technology
  • Strengthening Professional Development
  • Promoting Literacy and Inclusion

Learn more about AFB's impact!

To Donate by
Phone or Mail

(469) 522-1802
9am to 5pm Central

Or mail a check to:
AFB Center on Vision Loss
11030 Ables Lane
Dallas, TX 75229