Rehabilitation for The Visually Impaired in Taiwan

by Taiwan Digital Talking Books Association (TDTB)
Play Video
Rehabilitation for The Visually Impaired in Taiwan
Rehabilitation for The Visually Impaired in Taiwan
Rehabilitation for The Visually Impaired in Taiwan
Rehabilitation for The Visually Impaired in Taiwan
Rehabilitation for The Visually Impaired in Taiwan
Rehabilitation for The Visually Impaired in Taiwan
Rehabilitation for The Visually Impaired in Taiwan
Rehabilitation for The Visually Impaired in Taiwan
Rehabilitation for The Visually Impaired in Taiwan
Rehabilitation for The Visually Impaired in Taiwan
Rehabilitation for The Visually Impaired in Taiwan
Rehabilitation for The Visually Impaired in Taiwan
Rehabilitation for The Visually Impaired in Taiwan
Rehabilitation for The Visually Impaired in Taiwan
Rehabilitation for The Visually Impaired in Taiwan
Rehabilitation for The Visually Impaired in Taiwan
Rehabilitation for The Visually Impaired in Taiwan
Rehabilitation for The Visually Impaired in Taiwan
Rehabilitation for The Visually Impaired in Taiwan
Rehabilitation for The Visually Impaired in Taiwan
Rehabilitation for The Visually Impaired in Taiwan
Rehabilitation for The Visually Impaired in Taiwan
Rehabilitation for The Visually Impaired in Taiwan
Rehabilitation for The Visually Impaired in Taiwan
Rehabilitation for The Visually Impaired in Taiwan
Rehabilitation for The Visually Impaired in Taiwan
Rehabilitation for The Visually Impaired in Taiwan
Rehabilitation for The Visually Impaired in Taiwan
Rehabilitation for The Visually Impaired in Taiwan
Rehabilitation for The Visually Impaired in Taiwan
Rehabilitation for The Visually Impaired in Taiwan
General Assembly
General Assembly

After the impact of the 2020 epidemic, TDTB will actively launch a series of activities in 2021 with the pace of the spring, combining new types of activities with enterprises, and expect more people to understand and support visually impaired services through these activities. So that TDTB can serve more visually impaired friends. The following are the results of our first season.

1. General Assembly

TDTB is formed by a group of people with the same philosophy. In March, we held the annual membership meeting. In addition to reporting last year’s work results and funding use to members, we also let everyone know what direction TDTB will head in 2021 for the implementation of the visually impaired service. In the meeting, there were lively discussions and consensus on this year's development priorities and future goals.

2. Volunteer training

Volunteers are an important human resource of NPO. To make this group of volunteers who are full of service enthusiasm become an important force in services for the visually impaired, TDTB especially hires professional lecturers to handle a series of volunteer training. A total of three sessions were handled this season, including the understanding of the society, the introduction of the visually impaired (personal guidance method) and practice, understanding the DAISY audiobook, the introduction of recording software and hardware, the exchange and discussion of recording works. Not only allows volunteers to understand the connotation of services for the visually impaired but also enables volunteers to become a strong backing for TDTB through activities.

3. Art experience for the visually impaired

To let the visually impaired through the artistic experience, enrich the spiritual level, and get out of the closed environment. This season, TDTB went to Taipei Hong-gah() Museum to organize an art feast, allowing the visually impaired to use professional guides and props prepared by the museum to make contemporary art not out of reach.

4. Community cooperation

To increase local service links, we participated in two local community meetings this season. In addition to letting community NPOs understand our services, we also took this opportunity to link and cooperate with elderly service units to promote related courses in the future. I believe in the future. Can stimulate more cooperation possibilities.

5. Enterprise Cooperation

This season, TDTB participated in the selection activity of Yuanta Foundation's Dream Big Project. It used the information and education interactive platform for visually impaired students as the content of the proposal and won out of more than 100 units across the country. In each evaluation stage, whether it is the foundation's site visitor or the final evaluation meeting, TDTB can always maintain its original intention of serving, and finally won the affirmation of the Yuanta Foundation jury and became the last 6 awards. The unit has given TDTB colleagues great encouragement.

6. Vocational training for the disabled

Vocational training for the physically and mentally disabled is an important policy for the government to encourage the disabled to transform from the role of receiving services to contributing to society. This season, TDTB also participated in the fierce government vocational training bidding case as usual, and based on the employment trend in the economic environment after the epidemic, proposed the visually impaired media production and digital marketing courses. This innovative service has been favored by the reviewers. Follow-up enrollment and classes will begin in the second season. It is hoped that such courses can find another new career for the visually impaired.

Volunteer training
Volunteer training
Art experience for the visually impaired
Art experience for the visually impaired
Enterprise Cooperation
Enterprise Cooperation

Links:

Share on Twitter Share on Facebook
Promotion of NVDA and VIP e-learning platform
Promotion of NVDA and VIP e-learning platform

The Taiwan Digital Talking Book Society is an NPO dedicated to serving the visually impaired with technology. In 2020, when the world was hinted at by COVID-19. TDTB has not given up any opportunity and continues to serve the visually impaired with our professional knowledge so that they can get fair opportunities in school and employment.

Over the past year, we have done...

1. Learning of information aids for the visually impaired

TDTB uses a group of excellent visually impaired computer teachers to provide teaching information aids for the visually impaired, including learning screen reading software NVDA, using NVDA to operating Microsoft Windows systems and Office Suites, smartphones, and listening books machine. Allow the visually impaired to use computers to search for information and produce documents to achieve a fair opportunity for school and employment. With your support, TDTB has trained 41 visually impaired people and 438 hours of teaching this year.

2. Psychological support service plan for the visually impaired and their families

In the rehabilitation process, in addition to self-reliance and orientation and mobility(O&M), the visually impaired most need psychological support to complete the rehabilitation. Also, the family members of the visually impaired are another ethnic group that needs to be cared about. They accompany the visually impaired every day and need more empathy to support his visually impaired family members. TDTB specially invites to provide one-to-one services to the visually impaired psychological counselors. With your support, a total of 16 visually impaired persons and their family members were provided this year, with 165 hours of psychological counseling hours.

3. Spiritual Growth Group

Whether it is just lost sight or halfway visually impaired, on the road to rehabilitation, family and psychological support are most needed. TDTB arranges a series of courses to involve the visually impaired and carers. Gain mutual support in the group through the leadership of a psychological counselor. A total of 10 sessions were handled each year, serving 58 people.

4. Vocational training for the disabled

For those who are visually impaired halfway, after completing their life rehabilitation, the next step is career rehabilitation. TDTB served 12 disabled friends in 2020. After 3 months of training, 10 have completed the training and obtained the certificate of completion.

5. Information Education for 1-12 grade Visually Impaired Students

The visually impaired students in Taiwan mostly adopt integrated education and study in ordinary schools. In the learning process of grades 1-12, due to the lack of adequate information education, visually impaired students cannot use computers and the internet proficiently, so that their learning progress lags behind ordinary students. In TDTB's profession, the visually impaired computer teacher provides additional information-related teaching for the visually impaired students. A total of 17 visually impaired students have been taught for 280 hours.

6. Promotion of NVDA and Visually Impaired People e-learning platform

To let more people understand the use of NVDA and how to use the VIP e-learning platform, TDTB traveled to Taichung(), Changhua(), Chiayi(), Tainan(), Kaohsiung(), Pingtung(), Hualien() and rural areas in Taitung() this year to invite the visually impaired and their parents and special teach teachers, handle eight promotion seminars, and two teacher training sessions to make the use of NVDA and VIP platforms more popular.

7. Visually Impaired Information Competition

To encourage the visually impaired to learn computers, TDTB organizes the annual information competition for the visually impaired, inviting a total of 18 people from grades 1-12 and adults to participate in a typing and data search competition under National Chung Hsing() University. During the period, every player put in earnestly, and there was only the sound of typing on the keyboard, which was full of excitement. After the competition, the winners awarded bonuses and certificates to encourage each participant to make good use of the VIP platform and learn NVDA.

8. NVDA Native Chinese Cultural Work

NVDA, developed by the visually impaired engineers in Australia, is a set of freeware for screen reading commonly used by the visually impaired around the world. The Chinese version in Taiwan is updated by a team composed of TDTB following the progress of NVDA Access, which updates the Chinese version three to four times a year. This year, this team received financial support from the Ministry of Education, so that the visually impaired in Taiwan can have a better experience.

9. Taipei Cultural Travel

TDTB combined with volunteer groups to invite visually impaired people to experience the cultural customs of Taipei. Through professional barrier-free guided tours, they visited the Rural Education Center(), Xiangshan Trail(), Neihu Dagou River Trail(), National Army Historical Museum(), Daocheng Street() and HONG-GAH Art Museum(), and five DAISY books have been recorded for the visually impaired who cannot participate so that more people can participate in such activities.

10. Promotion and Volunteer Link

In 2020, TDTB received an exclusive interview with the Voice Of HAN () Radio and National Open University Radio, and also cooperated with Industrial Technology Research Institute(), HONG’s Foundation(), AESOP Taiwan, UPS, Taipei Fuhsing Private School(), Fu Jen Catholic University Nursing Department(), Fubon Charity Foundation() and Cathay Securities Corporation () and other volunteer groups cooperate to handle volunteer training and visually impaired related activities.

Visually Impaired Information Competition
Visually Impaired Information Competition
Visually Impaired Students computer teaching
Visually Impaired Students computer teaching

Links:

Share on Twitter Share on Facebook
Cultural travel-visit to the National Army Museum
Cultural travel-visit to the National Army Museum

The Sept 14 - 18. 2020 Little by Little Campaign is a five-day crowdfunding campaign designed to help all GlobalGiving partners around the world cultivate a robust network of small-dollar donors. All eligible donations up to $50 per unique donor per organization will be matched at 50% during the campaign, and funds will not run out! Dear donors, if you happen to have the opportunity to support TDTB, this is a rewarding moment. Please join us in such a meaningful event.then let us share with you our 3rd quarter report

It is the peak period of visually impaired services. During summer vacation, TDTB took advantage of the school holidays to go to the various place of Taiwan to promote NVDA introductory course and visually impaired people e-learning platform (VIP platform) for visually impaired students, parents, and special education teachers, so that they could understand the use of information assistive for visually impaired students to help their learning. Also, TDTB started one of the important service, vocational training for visual impairment. For this vocational training, TDTB specifically links with another NPO that is engaged in mentally handicapped cooperation, so that we can doing together and achieve Double Love. There are more things TDTB wants to share with you.

1. Information education for visually impaired primary and secondary school students

To give visually impaired students a fair learning opportunity, TDTB has been working hard to promote the use of information aids, so that visually impaired students, parents, and special education teachers are familiar with the use of NVDA and VIP platforms. Beginning in July, TDTB went to Eastern Taiwan, where resources are scarce, to get in touch with more special education teachers. In August, a two-day NVDA introductory course was held in Changhua() and Taichung() to train special teachers and visually impaired students.

2. Vocational training

It’s better to give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime. For the visual impairment, after completing the rehabilitation, The most important hurdle is career rehabilitation. TDTB has been cooperating with the government since 2006 to conduct a series of vocational training for the visually impaired, allowing them to re-enter the workplace and contribute to society.

3. TDTB Podcast cross-domain cooperation with therapist post-it and how are you show

When more and more people come into contact with podcasts, it will attract more people from different fields to invest. During this period, TDTB podcast program invited therapists who specialize in early intervention topics and discussed depression. How about podcaster recording the program together, talking about the visually impaired from different perspectives, arousing many problems. The same idea is very helpful to the future service direction of TDTB.

4. Cultural travel-visit to the National Army Museum of Historical Relics and Dadaocheng() district

This season, TDTB organized two completely different cultural trips, inviting visual impairment out of the house to appreciate the cultural customs of Taipei City. First of all, a group of students from Fuxing() High School served as volunteers and brought visual impairment to visit the National Military Museum of Historical Relics. There are many interactive exhibition halls in the museum, allowing everyone to experience the feeling of the battlefield and the hard work and greatness of the National Army. Then, volunteers from the Fubon() Foundation accompanied the visual impairment in Taipei’s historic district, Dadaocheng(). Under the explanation of the guide, it seemed as if they were returning to the prosperity of the late 18th century. These two activities combined the participation of different types of volunteers, allowing more people to better understand the characteristics and needs of visual impairment through contact. This is also the purpose of TDTB for this type of activity.

5. Wanhua() Cooperation Alliance

TDTB believes that the promotion of services needs to start from the surrounding communities. In 2006, NPOs in the Wanhua() area formed the Wanhua Community Cooperation Alliance, and TDTB is also a member. The purpose is to allow different types of NPO organizations to communicate with each other and to make care services more complete. This season, the NPO partners of TDTB and the Wanhua Community Cooperation Alliance introduced the teaching of the elderly to use smartphones in non-visual ways into the community, conducted discussions and received many responses. In the future, under the cooperation of the alliance, different service models may be developed.

6.Interview with Hansheng() Radio

Although we can't see it, we can speak. The initiative of the visually impaired requires more places for voice. This season, Hansheng() Radio invited TDTB to be interviewed. TDTB specially arranged visually impaired engineers and working partners to go together. During the interview, in addition to explaining TDTB’s services, it also used the opportunity to let the public understand the difficulties faced by the visually impaired and how they can be to assist them. After the meeting, the host especially thanked the visually impaired engineers for their willingness to stand up and share with the audience with their own experience and success, inspiring more people out of the low tide of life.

7. Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI)charitable activities

Entering rural services has always been TDTB's unchanging wish. This season, TDTB cooperated with the ITRI, just like a rural village in Hsinchu(), organizing a teaching activity for the elderly to use smartphones in a non-visual way. When the elders in the community saw that the teacher turned out to be a visually impaired person who could still operate smartphones and computers, they were amazed by the non-visual operation methods, which can give their degraded eyes rest and learn another skill. During the activity, the elderly were full of interest and frequently asked questions. After the event, they expressed their affirmation and support for the visually impaired as lecturers.

8. Supportive Group Therapy

Whether it is first-time blindness or a halfway visual impairment, the biggest obstacle is psychological rehabilitation. TDTB arranges a series of courses to involve the visually impaired and carers. Gain mutual support in the group through the leadership of a psychological counselor. TDTB's growth group puts special emphasis on caregivers. It is vital that these hard-working caregivers can obtain psychological support.

9. Member Conference of Taiwan NPO Self-Regulation Alliance()

NPO’s accountability is a responsible attitude towards the general public. Taiwan NPO Self-Regulation Alliance was established in 2005. It is a spontaneous non-governmental organization in Taiwan. It invites NPOs in various fields to become members and publishes the annual work report and financial report on the official website of the alliance to win the trust of the public. As a member of the alliance, TDTB actively participates in various affairs. Through the membership meeting, each unit exchanges service and fundraising experience with each other, hoping to stimulate more ideas and improve service efficiency.

a two-day NVDA introductory course
a two-day NVDA introductory course
Vocational training
Vocational training
TDTB Podcast cross-domain cooperation
TDTB Podcast cross-domain cooperation
Share on Twitter Share on Facebook
Cultural travel (5/16)
Cultural travel (5/16)

"It was the best of times. It was the worst of times." It was the worst of times. During this period, the world experienced the new crown epidemic (COVID-19). The cities were closed and borders closed, and the economy was also greatly affected. As of 5/23/2020, more than 5.3 million people have been infected globally and more than 340,000 have died. Such an era can be called the worst era? However, the more difficult the environment, the more witness to the noble side of mankind. Many countries in the world have cast aside their past differences, faced the epidemic situation together, and worked together to find solutions. NPO also does not give up its responsibility, continue to provide services. The Audiobook Society holds this attitude. Even if the donation is reduced, we cannot interrupt our services and we cannot give up our purpose. I hope that the epidemic will gradually slow down and let everyone gradually return to normal life. Share with you the hard work of TDTB this season

1. The 48th issue of Quarterly-Sound Journey) (April 15)

TDTB Quarterly-Sound Journey is a garden that provides a voice for the visually impaired. Every season, TDTB invites visually impaired people and volunteer partners to express their opinions on the activities handled by TDTB and any issues related to visual impairment. It is a great exchange garden. To serve visually impaired friends, TDTB produces a voiced version of the delivery and also welcomes the use of visually impaired friends.

2. Radio interview with National Open University (April 8)

To let more visually impaired students and special education teachers know TDTB's service resources, the National Open University specially invited TDTB to the Education Radio Station for an exclusive interview. The host said after the visit that the TDTB service is not unique but also very helpful to the visually impaired students. She hopes that TDTB will be able to accept the interview in the future, which gives us great encouragement.

3. Podcast program for visually impaired people 

TDTB's new online radio program takes a book “Blindness: What it is, What it does and How to live with it” as the main axis, and adopts the way of a book club to invite guests such as psychological counselors, social workers, and computer lecturers to discuss together various losses of visually impaired people. This program will be broadcast on Podcast and Youtube channels at 5 pm every Thursday. Welcome to join us and to share your opinions.

4. Cultural travel (May 16)

When the hot summer arrives on the Island, TDTB specially arranged the visually impaired to go to the Neihu() mountain trail, walk along the cool stream, and the waterfall, to enjoy the rare and refreshing travel in the hot summer days. Each cultural trip, in addition to understanding the living environment of Taipei City, also provides volunteers with the opportunity to further interact with the visually impaired. Through the contact of nature and the introduction of surrounding landscape plants, the visually impaired have a wonderful experience.

5. CRM enabled

NPO is a group of people who are enthusiastic about public welfare. The purpose is to combine the power of the public and provide services to people in need. To improve the quality of service, TDTB specially introduced a member management system (CRM) to manage the data of members, service cases, donors and volunteers most efficiently, and also added an online donation system to allow donors to easily use the online function of credit card achieves the situation of mutual benefit and win-win between the donor and the association.

6. Extraordinary Board Meeting (April 17)

TDTB has trained many visually impaired people to become computer lecturers for many years, bet a lot of effort on the training of information aids for visually impaired people, and also cultivated many cases of a successful return to work. To commend the achievements of these teachers, TDTB specially convened an extraordinary meeting of supervisors and rigorous recruitment, and finally selected a computer teacher to participate in the selection of the Government Golden Eagle Award.

7. Volunteer training (April 25, May 23)

Even if the epidemic continues to heat up, TDTB continues to provide services without interruption and regularly launches volunteer training courses every month. To avoid group infections, Online teaching is used in particular, so that volunteers can learn the majors related to visually impaired services, laying the foundation for future volunteer services.

8. Vocational training 2.0

Returning to the workplace for the visually impaired has been one of the priorities of TDTB's efforts, and has recently made some breakthroughs. After the selection of personnel, a meeting was held to evaluate, and the final selected students began to take classes in March. This vocational training 2.0 course adopts individualized design and implements training according to the needs of individual cases. It also matches related industries and conducts a simulation

interview to increase students' psychological and practical preparation before employment. There is already a successful case, which particularly lets us feel exciting.

9. Rehabilitation sharing meeting (May 23)

In this sharing session, a social worker of the Keelung City ()Government, was invited as the keynote speaker. He was a patient with albinism since he was born. Due to his special appearance, he was discriminated, bullied, stumbled all the way, and because of visual inconvenience. Lack of self-confidence, can not find the meaning of life. Today, he is a helping worker engaged in social work, serving more people with his major and enthusiasm. TDTB specially invited him to share his story with his visually impaired friends, and encourage him to go his own way.

Podcast program for visually impaired people
Podcast program for visually impaired people
Radio interview with National Open University
Radio interview with National Open University
Vocational training 2.0
Vocational training 2.0

Links:

Share on Twitter Share on Facebook
Board meeting
Board meeting

With the beginning of 2020, TDTB has not let its footsteps pause. Although the climate in Spring is endless, and COVID-19 has caused global panic, TDTB still maintains a consistent and steady pace, and actively launches a series of activities to provide services for the visually impaired. Not interrupted by external influences. This year, TDTB also began to promote new-type programs. Through the links of local NPO and Corporate visits, we hope that more people can support us through understanding and make TDTB's visually impaired services better through your support. In the week of March 23-27, GlobalGiving held a Little by Little Campaign event. As long as you donate a small amount to this project (below $ 50), GlobalGiving will provide a relative amount of 50%, greatly improving your benefits of donations are welcome.

1. Board Meeting of TDTB (Feb.7)

The traditional Chinese Lunar New Year holiday has just ended, and TDTB has been busy and fulfilling for a year, starting with the board meeting. The Board members are made up of a group of friends who are enthusiastic about visually impaired services and those who have received the services of TDTB in the past. During the meeting, we discussed and established a consensus on the development priorities and future goals of this year. Through the meeting, provided a good starting point for this year's service.

2. Volunteer training (Mar.7)

To consolidate the friendship of the volunteers of TDTB and become an important supports of the visually impaired service, volunteer partners are invited to learn from the services of TDTB → Guided introduction for the visually impaired (Human-guides Techniques) + implementation → recognize DAISY audiobook → audio software/hardware introduction + Implementation → exchange of recorded works and conduct a series of volunteer training. In the first module in March, TDTB President of Board Dr. Wang Janli ’s explanation of  TDTB services, and the visually impaired social workers’ instructions on the guidance method for the visually impaired, plus the internship experience at a nearby famous spot, , not only allowed volunteers understand the service spirit of TDTB, and through activities make volunteers a strong linking for the Society.

3. Podcast program online (Jan.26)

In order to expand the promotion of visually impaired services, TDTB has added new online radio programs since January this year. It is based on the book “Blindness: What it is, What it does and How to live with it” by Fr. Thomas J. Carroll. In the chapter, different guests are invited to discuss the loss and rehabilitation of the visually impaired. The program is launched on the Podcast every Thursday and is also broadcast on the Youtube channel, reaching more audiences who want to know about visually impaired services through the power of the internet.

4. Cultural travel (Jan.18, Mar.14)

To allow the visually impaired to travel through culture, on the one hand, they have a better understanding of the living environment, and on the other hand, increase the interaction of the visually impaired through group activities and get out of the closed environment. Two different types of cultural tours were conducted this season. One was to visit the peeling raft and the local education center in the historical district of the Wanhua area so that the visually impaired could experience the development process of Taiwan's traditional culture through listening and touching. The other is an outdoor activity that leads the visually impaired to Xiangshan, a suburb of Taipei. Through contact with nature and the introduction of surrounding landscapes and plants, the visually impaired can stretch their muscles and improve their knowledge.

5. Organization visit(Feb-Mar)

To increase the local connection and expand the contact surface of the service object through contact with the relevant organization,  visited the , an NPO serviced for a nomad, and a group of 36 local NPOs in Mar.18).  besides, to expand our contact with relevant NPOs and enterprises, it was on Feb.5 and Feb.19 ITRI. Let services go out through visits and links.

6. National Open University Cooperation (Mar.4)

To serve more visually impaired people, we cooperate with National Open University (NOU) to produce an e-book of the school's publications and place it in the DAISY library of TDTB for students with visual impairment at the school to borrow and study online. Through this cooperation, TDTB has also increased the number of services for students with visual impairment. The ceremony of the cooperation agreement was signed on March 11th at NOU and was signed by the president of the university, Dr. Chen Songbai, and the chairman of TDTB, Dr. Wang Janli. The two parties started a new service milestone.

Volunteer training-1
Volunteer training-1
Volunteer training-2
Volunteer training-2
Podcast program
Podcast program
Cultural travel-1
Cultural travel-1
Cultural travel-2
Cultural travel-2
Organization visit
Organization visit
National Open University Cooperation-1
National Open University Cooperation-1
National Open University Cooperation-2
National Open University Cooperation-2
National Open University Cooperation-3
National Open University Cooperation-3

Links:

Share on Twitter Share on Facebook
 

About Project Reports

Project Reports on GlobalGiving are posted directly to globalgiving.org by Project Leaders as they are completed, generally every 3-4 months. To protect the integrity of these documents, GlobalGiving does not alter them; therefore you may find some language or formatting issues.

If you donate to this project or have donated to this project, you will get an e-mail when this project posts a report. You can also subscribe for reports via e-mail without donating.

Get Reports via Email

We'll only email you new reports and updates about this project.

Organization Information

Taiwan Digital Talking Books Association (TDTB)

Location: Taipei - China-Taiwan
Website:
Project Leader:
Vincent Kang
President
Taipei, Taipei China-Taiwan
$74,381 raised of $100,000 goal
 
678 donations
$25,619 to go
Donate Now
lock
Donating through GlobalGiving is safe, secure, and easy with many payment options to choose from. View other ways to donate

Taiwan Digital Talking Books Association (TDTB) has earned this recognition on GlobalGiving:
Add Project to Favorites

Help raise money!

Support this important cause by creating a personalized fundraising page.

Start a Fundraiser

Learn more about GlobalGiving

Teenage Science Students
Vetting +
Due Diligence

Snorkeler
Our
Impact

Woman Holding a Gift Card
Give
Gift Cards

Young Girl with a Bicycle
GlobalGiving
Guarantee

Sign up for the GlobalGiving Newsletter

WARNING: Javascript is currently disabled or is not available in your browser. GlobalGiving makes extensive use of Javascript and will not function properly with Javascript disabled. Please enable Javascript and refresh this page.