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Donation Types:

I am Philanthropic - I like Giving / Donating

  • - Make a donation
  • - In memory of a national hero
  • - Sponsor honorarium for a blind volunteer achiever
  • - In memory of a loved one
  • - I wish to donate directly to a blind person. Not through VB

I wish to Express solidarity & support to VB

  • - Support a disabled veteran
  • - Support Fund Raising Efforts
  • - Support Volunteer Training
  • - Sponsor education for blind Kavita
  • - Support a blind orphan / widow
  • - Sponsor a phone / internet bill
  • - Sponsor deployment of a resource person / trainer

I would like to Support a Project / campaign

  • - Support disabled sports
  • - Sponsor devices / resources for training volunteers, for Office equipment.
  • - Sponsor creative art forms for the blind - dance, drama, painting, photography
  • - Sponsor tech support, research, studies for the blind
  • - Sponsor Challenge Events - a run, a trek, a competition
  • - Support adventure sports
  • - Sponsor salary of a blind office assistant
  • - Support the elderly blind
  • - Sponsor a laptop - Enable reading & writing by the blind

Im a tenacious Giver

  • - Undertake major Giving - large sum, Mutual Fund, Property
  • - I wish to donate at the level & pitch of Rs 100/ 1000 per day

I want to leave a legacy; so that I am remembered after my death.

  • - Leave a gift in your Will - money, assets , property
  • - Sponsor an annual award in your name
  • - Gift property which carries your name

I wish to donate in Kind

  • - Sponsor food, clothing, medicines
  • - Undertake virtual gifts - Amazon, Flipkart, gift tokens, other
  • - Donate your eyes
  • - I wish to give an interest free loan. The sum is returnable.

Account Details:
Name of organisation: Volunteers for the Blind Foundation

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