What's all the hubbub about?
Ever wish you had an accessible place to hang out in your area? A place where you could attend fun events, try out the latest assistive technologies, learn new skills and get to know other people in your community who are blind or have sight loss? Well that's what CNIB's Community Hubs are all about.
Phone it Forward
Donate a smartphone. Change the life of someone who's blind.
Phone It Forward gives Canadians a unique opportunity to donate their old smartphones, receive a tax receipt, and empower people who are blind in the process.
Smartphones make a tremendous impact on the lives of people who are blind. Accessible smartphone apps make it possible to do all kinds of things that may have seemed challenging before.
CNIB Response: Policy on Accessible Education for Students with Disabilities
Recently, the Ontario Human Rights Commission (OHRC) released its new Policy on accessible education for students with disabilities, along with recommendations on how to best meet legal obligations under Ontario’s Human Rights Code.Read our official response
Find the perfect volunteer opportunity for you!Volunteer
Contribute to increasing knowledge by educating the public about vision health, living with vision loss and CNIB programs and services.
Driver and guide for ambassadors and advocates
Provide community-based support by driving volunteer ambassadors and advocates who are blind or partially sighted while travelling on CNIB business.