NFB logo and tagline - voice of the Nation's Blind. 'Whozit' is a stylized figure of a person using a long cane. The head of the figure is a yellow-orange crescent-shape, the right arm is red and holds a light gray cane, the left shoulder and right leg are violet, and the left leg is light blue.


The real problem of blindness is not the lack of eyesight but the lack of information that exist in the world. The purpose of the National Federation of the Blind (NFB) is two-fold:

  • To help blind persons gain self-confidence.
  • To act as a vehicle for collective self-expression for and by the blind.
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We strive to reach our goals by: Providing public education services, information and referral, advocacy, scholarships, literature and publications, and by protecting the civil rights of all blind people; by the development and evaluation of technology for the blind; by supporting parents of blind children and their families; By being instrumental in legislation and policy change that effect blind people.

We work tirelessly to educate the public that blind individuals are normal people who can compete on all levels as long as the playing fields are equal.

I am, Cassandra McNabb, president of the NFB of New Hampshire. If you have questions please feel free to contact me using the below information:

Cassandra McNabb
12 Summer St., Apt. A
Keene, NH 03431
Home Phone: 603-357-4080

ATTENTION: Our National Organization Needs Funding to Complete Our nation Wide Mission!!!!

As a national fundraiser, the National Federation of the Blind has partnered with Vehicles for Charity to launch a new vehicle donation program. The NFB’s vehicle donation program accepts almost any vehicle, including cars, trucks, boats, motorcycles and recreational vehicles. All donations may be eligible for a tax donation on your federal income tax return. For more information, including how to donate, please follow this link!

Learn more about our national organization by visiting the following link:

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