A smiling middle-aged man with dark classes and a white golf cap, is in a park reading a book in braille.
El Paso Council of the Blind
Since 2013, the El Paso Council for the Blind has served as a voice for independence and empowerment for El Pasoans who are blind or visually impaired. The Council’s strength derives from devoted members and the passionate Board of Directors. Members advocate for disability rights by participating in various local and state communities. Throughout the year, the Council holds various events and trainings that promote community integration and inclusion. Past events and training workshops include: Braille for Badges, sensitivity training for paratransit drivers, guide dog meet and greet sessions, a Christmas celebration dinner, accessible voting awareness, iPhone and iPad training camps, and various fundraising activities.
Sponsor Our Cause!
El Paso Council for the Blind is a 501(C)(3) not-for-profit organization which means that it has been approved by the Internal Revenue Service as a tax-exempt, charitable organization. Public charities are what most people recognize as organizations with active programs. In order to remain a public charity, EPCB must obtain at least 1/3 of its donated revenue from various public supports. Public support can be from individuals, companies and/or other public charities.
The Council’s Members and Board of Directors are committed to enhancing community inclusion, ensuring equal access to physical infrastructures; eliminating discrimination based on disability and improving quality of life for people with blindness and low vision. The council needs monetary donations to increase service delivery, develop new and innovative services, and supports and sponsor community events.
By donating to the El Paso Council for the Blind, you will open the door to an equal, inclusive, healthy, and prosperous life for El Pasoans with blindness or vision impairments.