This is where you can find out about the American Council Of The Blind of Oregon/Oregon Council Of The Blind. The ACB of Oregon is the Oregon state affiliate of the American Council of the Blind..
Formerly known as the "Oregon Council of the Blind", we are now known as "ACB of Oregon doing business as the Oregon Council of the Blind."
The American Council Of The Blind of Oregon is composed of about 185 concerned Oregonians dedicated to helping Visually Impaired and Blind people in Oregon. The ACB of Oregon is the blind of Oregon helping the blind of Oregon.
The AMERICAN COUNCIL OF THE BLIND is the nations largest and fastest growing consumer organization of visually impaired and blind people.
If you would like to know more about the AMERICAN COUNCIL OF THE BLIND you can visit their Web Page. THE AMERICAN COUNCIL OF THE BLIND
The Stylus is the newsletter for the American Council of the Blind of Oregon. It is edited by Teresa Christian. If you would like to know more about what is going on at the chapter level you can find out more by reading the Stylus.
Here is your opportunity to help the American Council of the Blind of Oregon continue to advocate and represent the interests of blind individuals. Please donate to the ACB of Oregon. The button below will allow you to make an online donation. We are a 501(c)3 charitable organization. Money donated to the ACB of Oregon is a qualified charitable tax deduction.
Our Federal Id Number is: 93-6022790
Central Print & Reprographic
Don and Rhonda Smith
47 W. 5th Ave
Eugene, OR 97401
*Donation: Program in Print Format - $300 Value
King Estate Winery
80854 Territorial Hwy
Eugene, OR 97405
Visitor Center Reservations:
*Donation: Friday Evening Wine Tasting - $500 Value
2795 Mosby Creek Road
Cottage Grove, Oregon
*Donation: $1,000 to sponsor our Keynote Speaker
Gabriela Bater: Marketing Manager Gabriela@uber.com
*Donation: $840 to sponsor 70 Saturday Lunches
Donald R. Slayton, Attorney at Law
142 W 8th Ave.
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Phone: (541) 485-4942
FAX (541) 485-7742
*Donation: $89.85 to sponsor 3 Saturday Banquet Dinners
The American Council of the Blind
is conducting a fund raiser with Schwans Foods.
To participate just click on the box below.
Support the American Council of the Blind of Oregon
To Donate Call 800-708-7742
To discuss a vehicle donation with a member of The American Council of the Blind of Oregon contact the president of the American Council of the Blind of Oregon, James Edwards by phoning him at: 541-404-8214. Email the President, James Edwards
Or call the treasurer of ACB of Oregon, Sue Schwab at: (503) 871-6175. Email the ACB of Oregon's Treasurer
Automobile donations are an incredibly fast and easy way to help the American Council of the Blind of Oregon. Your car donations help support our vital work and are an easy way for you to get rid of an unwanted vehicle. Donate your car today. Call 800-708-7742.
Phone: 503-253-9543 (home)
Email the Secretary
To find a list of Chapters check out
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Here are some interesting web sites to take a look at. If you have a site you think might be of interest to ACB of Oregon members please send it to the Web Master for consideration. Email ACB of Oregon's Web Master
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Owners Ken Twergo and Patty White work worldwide from offices and a showroom in Vancouver, Washington.
Their uniquely personal low vision venture has earned them the respect of thousands of families, as well as the trust and consultation of retinal doctors, low vision product manufacturers, public agency professionals, teachers, and those who help older adults cope with macular degeneration, glaucoma, diabetic eye disease, and other sight threatening conditions.
Check out the Spoonbill Products Page, and click on the Blind-gamers link. Spoonbill Products Page The announcement of products and services on this page should not be considered an endorsement of those products and services by the American Council of the Blind of Oregon, its staff or elected officials. Products and services are listed free of charge for the benefit of our readers. "The ACB of Oregon" cannot be responsible for the reliability of products or services mentioned.
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