Travel restrictions lead to increased demand for CNIB Guide Dogs
Travel restrictions, including border closures caused by COVID-19, have resulted in a 300 per cent increase in interest for CNIB Guide Dogs applications.
Guide dog handlers who have travelled to the United States in the past to obtain a guide dog are now looking for a "made in Canada" solution as soon as possible.
Join us for a Tele-Townhall with Bell, Corus and Rogers on Described Video
Bell, Corus and Rogers would once again like to welcome Canadians who are blind or partially sighted to a tele-townhall to provide an update on described video programming. This Tele-Townhall is an opportunity for you to hear from Canada's largest broadcasters as to how they are addressing the needs and availability of described video. There will be an opportunity to ask questions.Read more
Humans with CNIB Guide Dogs: Danika & Ulysses
“I remember I was so nervous and excited when I met Ulysses for the first time. When the trainer brought him out to the training property, I threw my cane to the side, knelt on the ground and Ulysses licked my entire face!" - DanikaRead more
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Yes, we are fundraising!
The CNIB Foundation has partnered with fundraising organization Globalfaces Direct, Up Fundraising and Public Outreach to fundraise safely for monthly donations in B.C., Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario and Nova Scotia.
To learn more, including why we’re fundraising and what precautions are being taken in line with provincial regulations, please visit our Donor Info page.
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To promote education on vision health, vision loss, and prevention. Share stories about the impact of vision loss, the abilities of blind and partially sighted Canadians and the role CNIB plays in their lives.
Make a difference for people who are blind or partially sighted by providing sighted assistance and companionship to a person in your community who is blind or partially sighted.