American Foundation for the Blind

American Foundation for the Blind

The American Foundation for the Blind is a national nonprofit, founded in 1921 to help visually impaired people live better. It has a strong presence in Washington, DC, to advocate for the rights of blind people in this country. The Foundation aims to continue the legacy of Helen Keller, who worked there for over 40 years.
The goals of the American Foundation for the Blind include empowering blind people, providing information and resources, and helping them connect with other blind people.