Your support as a sponsor or donor will help us light up the world of visually impaired people with hope, education, and independence.

Save These Visually Impaired Girls From Being Homeless, And Help Them Live Independent, Dignified Lives

We will not be able to put a roof over their head without your help. Every contribution counts.”

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Together, we can make a difference in the lives of these girls. We will not be able to put a roof over their head without your help. Every contribution counts.”

About Campaign

Many blind girls face abandonment by their families upon discovering their visual impairment.

“My name is Sikha Kumari and I have a younger sister and brother. Unfortunately, both are blind. Recently, my brother died in Corona pandemic. That led to a very tough life for me. My parents are daily wage labourers and they hardly earn money to get food. Being a blind, and girl, I have a double burden to Society. People said to my father; don’t send her anywhere as she is blind. I felt very depressed, and several times I tried to commit suicide. However, God has listened to my words, and the Battle for Blindness Foundation team found me in very bad shape. I feel very obliged to the team of Battle for Blindness Foundation to bear my food, shelter, and studies expenses. Thanks a lot” – Sikha Kumari, Resident of the Battle for Blindness Foundation

In 2017, Ms. Pranjal Patil became India’s first visually challenged IAS officer. In 2020, GV Oviya became the first visually impaired student of South India to write CBSE board exams using a computer and scored 447 marks out of 500 marks.

Battle for Blindness Foundation also works for the same motive to prosper all the in-housed visually impaired girls. But, the current recession time leads to an extreme financial crisis for our Shelter. Our shelter doesn’t have sufficient grocery items to feed our in-housed visually impaired girls.

You can be a ray of hope for the visually impaired and give a new meaning to their lives. Donate walking sticks and bring back their smiles now.

All Indian contributions made to Battle For Blindness Foundation are eligible for tax exemption Under 80G of the Income Tax Act, 1961

The Battle for Blindness Foundation’s story is one of compassion, determination, and the belief that every individual, regardless of their abilities, deserves a chance to lead a dignified life. Ram Kumar’s journey from a dream of joining the Indian  Army to founding an organisation that touched countless lives reflected the transformative power of one person’s commitment to making a difference.

The organisation faces financial challenges, requiring funds for essential aspects like rent, food, education, and more. Every Donation Counts

All Indian contributions made to Battle For Blindness Foundation are eligible for tax exemption Under 80G of the Income Tax Act, 1961

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