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Please take just five minutes to complete the form below. You may complete it anonymously or identify yourself. We have no way at all of tracking responses if you choose to be anonymous, and even if we did, we’d still consider your feedback to be invaluable, and much appreciated. We really, truly value your feedback, and we will absolutely use it to improve our services to you and to others in the future. This would be hugely helpful to us.

Thanks in advance for your time and attention.

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 HELP US TEACH BLIND PERSONS TO LIGHT-UP THEIR WORLD

 

Global media coverage of our work has led to a waiting list of hundreds of blind people who want to learn our FlashSonar™ Echolocation, and blind and sighted people who want to train with us to become Perceptual Navigation Instructors.

But we need your help to reach them, and to create jobs right here in the USA.

As a California-registered 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Organization for 15 years, World Access For The Blind is completely supported by donations from individuals like you, and from businesses and grants.

Please light-up the world for a blind person with your donation today. Thank you!

Help us share life-changing Perceptual Freedom. We depend on your support.
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