Working together, we seek to gain equality, opportunity, and independence for every legally blind citizen, not only in employment, but also in the right to participate fully in all aspects of our community.

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Promoting opportunity, equality, and independence for legally blind people.

Are you in need of assistive technology? How about a no-interest loan to make your home more accessible? Click onto the following link for more information:

 NW Access Fund

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Check out our YouTube video at the top of this home page, or click on:

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  Thank you Berl and Denise for a great job with this! 






Officers for 2018:

Gloria Walling, President

Berl Colley, Vice President

Alan Bentson, Secretary

Dan Lovell, Treasurer

Dues are due, please contact Berl with your dues for 2018 so we can include you on our membership list which goes out next month to the Washington Council of the Blind.

Community, consider getting engaged in your community and join the Capital City Council of the Blind. 

2018 is here!, happy new year to everyone and may the new year bring you joy and happiness.