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Joyce Family Foundation gives bursaries to 18 students with sight loss

CNIB thanks the Joyce Family Foundation for their incredible donation of 18 needs-based bursaries for Canadian undergraduate students with sight loss.

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Connecting with Technology: Victor Reader – Talking Books Made Easy

For anyone who wants to enjoy audiobooks on an easy-to-use device with real buttons, the Victor Reader is the go-to solution. Join our friends at HumanWare as they discuss the models in this ever-popular product line and talk you through how to use them.  The world of reading really can be at your fingertips – and a Victor Reader device might just be your gateway to it all! This technology workshop meets online via Zoom conference Wednesday, January 27 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Pacific Time. Call in information will be given upon registration.

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CNIB National Youth Council – January Updates

CNIB’s National Youth Council has been working hard all fall and winter to offer some exciting new initiatives for youth.

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Supporting CNIB's Virtual Programming

The CNIB Virtual Programming–Addressing isolation during COVID-19 is supported by the Government of Canada’s Emergency Community Support Fund and the following Community Foundations:
Birtle and District Foundation
Brandon Area Community Foundation Inc.
Community Foundation of Portage & District
Community Foundation of Swan Valley Inc.
Community Foundations of Canada
Dauphin & District Community Foundation
Headingley Community Foundation Inc.
Holland & Area Community Foundation Inc.
Lac du Bonnet and District Charitable Foundation
Minnedosa & District Foundation Inc.
Oak Lake & Area Foundation Inc.
Selkirk & District Community Foundation
The Winnipeg Foundation
Tiger Hills Community Foundation


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Sighted Guide

Make a difference for people who are blind or partially sighted. You’ll support our clients to be fully engaged in their community by fostering independence, confidence, social opportunities and increased physical activity.

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