Canadian Council of the Blind

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Become A Sponsor

The Canadian Council of the Blind is proud to have a dedicated and generous group of supporters who help us champion vision health. Through the donations of funds, goods and services, our alliance of supporters help us to get better vision care to those who need it most.

We need continued support from Corporate Canada to help us bring the hope and joy of a wish to every eligible child, especially during these unprecedented times.
Sponsor one of our signature fundraising events and make a difference with your marketing budget.
Bring your charitable partnership front & centre to your business through an impactful cause-related marketing campaign.
Help our cause by donating mission critical in-kind products (examples: equipment, product enhancements, etc)

Bringing together Canadians living with vision loss fosters support, inclusion, and mentorship that helps to build independence and create acceptance for those living with blindness. We’re creating real community impact through our core programs.

Our Get Together with Technology (GTT) program helps those with vision loss explore accessibility and the usefulness of tech in everyday living.

CCB Young Voices is a nationwide program offered to all chapters that provides a space for young adults in the low vision community to stay active, share information, and build a strong network.

Proactive programs such as our Mobile Eye Clinics are bringing crucial eye exams to communities and preventing vision loss.

The CCB Health and Fitness program is engaging, educating, and empowering people with visual impairment to live an active and healthy lifestyle.
We are always advocating for increased accessibility, equal opportunity, and quality of life throughout society for those with low vision.

Our members are continually involved in initiatives that address accessibility and advocacy issues. The right to accessibility in transportation, banking, voting venues, office and public buildings, bus stop announcement systems, and non-drivers ID cards are just a few of the issues we’ve worked to address.

CCB has played an integral part in successful accessibility initiatives such as improving accessibility in banking by advocating for Brailled Canadian bank notes and testing their functionality.

But our advocacy continues with ongoing issues such as increased vision-loss representation on health boards, getting all Canadians the correct eye treatments at the correct time to prevent vision loss, and promoting the best eye-care practices throughout Canada.
A vital piece of our mission is to increase public awareness of the challenges and barriers faced by people with vision loss through public education, social media, and national and local awareness events.
Local chapters organize leisure, sports, and social activities which provides interaction with peers and group involvement. Through the development of new social, personal, and life skills, these activities often lead to an improved sense of self-esteem for our members.
Our ongoing health campaigns promote the safe use of eye treatment drugs and public education in eye disease prevention, treatment, and overall eye health. We are proactive in addressing the concerns that most impact our members and are proud to educate the public on various vision health issues.
Through various education programs offered throughout our chapters, we are developing and supporting opportunities to increase knowledge and skills for people living with vision loss. An example of this education includes a vital program helping low vision individuals explore technology and ways it can better inclusion and interaction within their larger community.
All members of the National Board of Directors are people who are blind or living with vision loss. Opportunities are available to participate in governance at local, regional, and national levels.

We Couldn’t Do It Without You

The Canadian Council of the Blind (CCB) wishes to express its most sincere appreciation and gratitude to all our Sponsors for their important contributions and ongoing support.

Your Continued presence is necessary if the CCB is to continue to grow and develop. Therefore, it is important that you, as a group at the corporate level, as fellow partners and stakeholders, and as individuals, understand our gratitude and appreciation for your confidence in and year-around support of the Council.

We couldn’t do it without you. Together we are working to “change what it means to be blind”, and that’s important. Again, thank you!


Canadian Council of the Blind Sponsors' Logos [Abbvie, AMI, Apellis, Astellas, Bausch+Lomb, Bayer, Biogen, Janssen (Johnson & Johnson), MacuMira, Roche, Specsavers, VIA-Rail]



Canadian Council of the Blind Partners' Logos [Balance for Blind Adults, Canadian Association of Optometrists (CAO), CNIB, Canadian Ophthalmological Society (COS), Diabetes Canada, Fighting Blindness Canada (FBC), International Federaion on Ageing (IFA), OCAD University, Opticians Association of Canada, Vision Rehab Rehabilitation Canada]

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