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Recipients and volunteers

Computers for the Blind (CFTB) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization devoted to providing computers to persons who are blind or visually impaired. It is our hope that each person who is visually impaired may experience the information age in a positive and productive manner. We believe technology opens new worlds and creates opportunities for greater personal freedom.

Order a Computer

Computers being worked on by volunteers

Our computers are available to any person with blindness or visual impairment living in the United States. Follow the link to get more information about the ordering process, and to start your order online. You can also check out our Pricing Guide to see the computer configurations that we ship.

Make a Donation

Computers donation by individual in car

Our organization uses equipment and monetary donations to provide computers. If your company has equipment that is being decommissioned or recycled, consider donating to us instead! We can also accept individual donations if they meet our requirements.

Our Organization

We receive donated computers and equipment, refurbish them with accessibility software, and ship them to individuals with visual impairments across the country.

How it Started

Robert (Bob) Langford

Bob Langford was blinded in an accident at age 16. Instead of quitting, he worked hard to achieve many things until he earned a Doctorate’s Degree in Vocational Rehabilitation. Later in life, Bob discovered how computers could overcome many obstacles and he wanted to share this gift with others.

What Others Are Saying

Student Success!

I wanted to share a positive story with you all in the midst of all the difficulty our world is facing. One of my students won a computer (sic) at White Cane Day this year, and we have really been putting it to good use during our school district’s shift to online education. She has Continue Reading


God bless CFTB!

Thank you SO MUCH to CFTB for having this program available to the blind community, it truly is a blessing. I received my computer in Nov. 2019, and was having some technical problems with it after about 6 months, they repaired the computer, it works like a gem now, even better than when I received Continue Reading

Elizabeth Morgan