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One-Time Donation

You can choose to donate with your credit card or AccèsD, thanks to a very simple, quick, and secure process.

Online donation

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AccèsD donation

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Planned Giving

Planned giving means believing in a cause for which you have great admiration, and contributing to its evolution.

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In Memoriam Donation

Upon the death of a loved one, express your sympathy to the bereaved family by making a donation that will help the Foundation in its mission.

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Download the form (PDF)

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Donation by Phone or Email

Call our Accounting Department (514-259-9470, ext. 28) or mail the printable form.

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The Quebec Foundation for the Blind manages its own fundraising campaigns with donations from individuals. It is thanks to you that we can continue our mission and fund many projects that make a difference in the lives of the blind and visually impaired.

HOW DO DONATIONS HELP?

  • To offer blind and visually impaired young children an impressive variety of sports and recreational activities according to the season, such as summer camps, tourist excursions, rafting, horseback riding, climbing, skiing, etc. Through all of these activities, youths discover that they can do almost everything their sighted friends do, perhaps just a little bit slower.
  • A residential service providing housing tailored to the specific needs of people with visual disabilities
  • An aid and individual assistance service
  • Develop new projects
  • Provide financial support to several organizations in the community of visual impairment