Honoring the memory of the founder of Computers for the Blind, Bob Langford.
CFTB receives grant to support access to technology for blind and visually impaired.
(Article originally submitted by Alphapoint) Together we are Stronger. WE NEED your HELP to push us into the FUTURE. Alphapointe has had a continuous partnership with Computers for the Blind for the past three years, providing over 100 laptops to youth who are visual impaired or blind for our weeklong program, Alphapointe Technology Camp.
Delta Gamma grant awarded to Computers for the Blind to help close the technology gap for students and veterans!
Hildur H. Michel Charitable Trust grant awarded to Computers for the Blind to provide affordable, easy and FUN typing tutorial to Texans!
CFTB has been awarded an assistive technology grant from the Inspiration Foundation to further their mission by purchasing a Braille embosser.
Texas Association for Education and Rehabilitation of the Blind and Visually Impaired (TAER) gives Texas Chapter Award to newest Computer for the Blind board member, John Paul Burnett. Read more to see what his peers wrote about this deserving board member.
CFTB has received grants from the Delta Gamma Foundation to help provide computers at a discounted rate.
Computers for the Blind and World Services for the Blind have partnered to bring free assistive technology training for clients who purchase a computer from CFTB. Read more about this partnership and Sharon’s story (CEO of World Services for the Blind).
David Jeppson, current Executive Director for Computers for the Blind, will be retiring Oct 1st, with Christy Householter taking his place.