A Little About Us
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 opportunity for greater personal freedom.
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We would love to get you information on how to start your order. Our computers are available to any visually impaired individuals living in the United States. Look at our Fact Sheet for more information, or begin the application process!Fact Sheet Order a Computer
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Our organization depends on donations from individuals as well as large businesses. If you have computer equipment that is being unused or is destined for the trash, consider donating to us instead! Look for a location to drop off your computer, or find out what we are looking for.More Info
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All of the machines we ship are built by volunteers. We are located in Richardson, Texas, and are always looking for helping hands to get computers out the door. Visit our volunteering page to find out the process.Get Started
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We receive computers and accessibility software as donations from many sources. Our volunteers clean and rebuild the computers, then set them up with the software to make it possible for visually impaired persons to interact with them. It takes a team to make it all happen!Learn More
What Others Are Saying
Without help from CFTB, I could not afford having a computer.
I am a member of the my local chapter of the National Federation of the Blind. I am currently using my second computer from CFTB. My first one ran Windows XP and now I'm using Windows 7. I really appreciate the opportunity to have a computer. Without the help from CFTB, there would be no way that I ...
Linda F, 09-2016
God Bless You!!! I picked up my laptop. I have just begun to get 'acquainted'. I feel like a newborn baby with it. It has been three to four years since using a laptop. I have used the library's desktop and CareerSource/Worknet computers a little. I feel truly blessed to see, hear and even have this...
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How it Started
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.Read Bob's Journey
Today, it takes a team to get everything done! We have a volunteer board that works hard behind the scenes to further our mission, as well as staff members that focus on getting computers out to our clients. Get to know them and how they hold this all together.Meet Us