Other Ways to Get Involved – Act Now!

Why wait to get involved? Here’s what you can do to help today.

If you’re like us and are excited to start spreading the word about ShopTalk, we have put together a list of some things you can do to help us tell the story of this amazing project from the comfort of your home!
  1. Using the email template below (coming soon), start letting your family, friends, and customers in on ShopTalk. Don’t let them miss out on a chance to help people with sight loss feel welcomed and valued in their community, and be part of making Yonge and St. Clair Canada’s most accessible neighbourhood!

  2. Harness the power of social media! We’ve created some posts you can share on Twitter or Facebook to let your network know what’s going on. Don’t forget to tag @CNIB_Ontario so we can thank you for supporting ShopTalk: BlindSquare Enabled!

  3. Twitter:

    @business Help blind people find your business and join the #CNIBShopTalk initiative at @YongeStClair www.cnib.ca/shoptalk

    @business Join the movement to make @YongeStClair accessible to people with sight loss #CNIBShopTalk www.cnib.ca/shoptalk

    @business How can blind people find and navigate your business? The answer is simple #CNIBShopTalk www.cnib.ca/shoptalk

    Facebook:

    Check out @CNIBOntario's #CNIBShopTalk initiative to make Yonge and St. Clair the most accessible neighbourhood in Canada. Join the movement today and get a free BlindSquare beacon for your business www.cnib.ca/shoptalk

    Recognition:

    @business Thank you for making your business accessible to people with sight loss #CNIBShopTalk

    @business Thank you for making your Shop Talk and helping people navigate the @YongeStClair neighbourhood

  4. Become a volunteer canvasser.

  5. Download the BlindSquare Event app and start using it in the Yonge and St. Clair neighbourhood so we can spread the word about this amazing technology and the changes it can make in the community.

    * BlindSquare Event is available free of charge along Yonge Street from Bloor to Lawrence only. If you want to use it in other areas outside of Yonge and St. Clair, there will be a fee.