In Memory of Arthur Britton “Brit” Smith (1920–2023)
The CNIB community is mourning the loss of long-time donor and champion Arthur Britton “Brit” Smith, who passed away on October 28, 2023, at the age of 103. We extend our deepest condolences to his large network of family and friends.Read more
CNIBLakeJoe@Home: Song Writing
Get your creative juices flowing as we put your song ideas to music. Join us on Tuesdays, 7-8 p.m. Eastern Time. Zoom information will be provided after registering.Read more
Top 10 Holiday Activities for Young Adults
By: Emilee Schevers
CNIB National Youth Council Member
It's no secret that there are a TON of holiday activities happening in December, so what should you do? If you're as indecisive as me, let's narrow it down with our top 10 holiday activities for young adults (with little to no cost).
CNIB Mobile Hub
CNIB is hitting the road to bring our innovative programs to life in your community!
Meet the CNIB Mobile Hub – a new program delivery model where we visit your community to deliver in-person programming for people who are blind or partially sighted. At the CNIB Mobile Hub, you can participate in children and youth programming, recreational and social activities, learning and employment workshops, hands-on technology training and product demonstrations.To see where we’re headed next, check out our tour schedule.
CNIB Ontario – Winter Programs
Register for a program today!
Our free programs are available to Canadians who are blind or partially sighted as well as their families, friends and caregivers. Explore upcoming programs offered in Ontario throughout the winter!Join Us!
Become a volunteer!Volunteer
Virtual Vision Mate
The Virtual Vision Mate program gives volunteers an opportunity to engage in friendly conversations with people who are blind or partially sighted. You can schedule your chats on a set day and time every week, or you can schedule week-to-week, whatever works for both of you.
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.