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Whether you’re a participant in our programs, a donor, or a member of our staff or volunteer team, the CNIB Foundation is committed to being accessible and inclusive to everyone.

That’s been our approach during 100 years serving Canadians who are blind or partially sighted.

And that’s why we’re proud to share our new multi-year accessibility plan . It will guide all organizations within the CNIB Group in being best-in-class participants in true accessibility and inclusiveness, in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (2005) and other disability legislation. 

This multi-year accessibility plan covers 2018 to 2022. Check back on this page for reports on our progress and additional planning documents as we have them. 

Our accessibility commitment to you

Accessibility is our collective responsibility to our colleagues, clients and volunteers. We will ensure adequate time and resources to promote accessibility so that every individual is supported for success in his or her organizational role, obligations or community outreach.

Our accessibility team

Our accessibility team is dedicated to the delivery of the multi-year accessibility plan and to all aspects of accessibility policy, practice and advocacy at the CNIB Group.

  • Mahadeo Sukhai, Chief accessibility officer
  • Michaela Knot, Specialist, accessibility
  • Jacqueline Rennebohm, Consultant, accessibility and human resources 

Giving feedback

As we move forward with our multi-year plan and other efforts to improve accessibility at the CNIB Foundation, we want to hear from you with feedback and suggestions. Contact or call 1-866-563-2642.


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