The American Foundation for the Blind (AFB) is a national nonprofit that expands possibilities for people with vision loss. AFB fulfills its mission by broadening access to technology; elevating the quality of information and tools for the professionals who serve people with vision loss; and promoting independent and healthy living for people with vision loss by providing them and their families with relevant and timely resources. Headquartered in New York, AFB is proud to house the Helen Keller Archives & Gallery and honor the more than 40 years that Helen Keller worked tirelessly for AFB. The American Foundation for the Blind (AFB) removes barriers, creates solutions, and expands possibilities so people with vision loss can achieve their full potential. The American Foundation for the Blind, the organization to which Helen Keller dedicated her life, has been expanding possibilities for people with vision loss for over 90 years. AFB's programs are dedicated to creating opportunities and a better quality of life for the 25 million Americans with vision loss ? a number that is expected to grow exponentially as the population ages. Through advocacy and public education, AFB provides blind and visually impaired people and their family members the resources needed to live independent, productive, healthy lives. AFB also provides training and tools to the education and rehabilitation professionals who work with people with vision loss. AFB is based in New York, and maintains the Public Policy Center in Washington, DC; the AFB Center on Vision Loss in Dallas, TX; and AFB Tech in Huntington, WV. (Source: American Foundation for the Blind; Bing search; Bloomberg Business; Charity Navigator; D&B; Data.com; Facebook; Google search; Guidestar; IRS Form 990; LinkedIn; Pinterest; Twitter; Wikipedia; Yahoo search; YouTube; ResNet contributor Rick Rodgers)
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